People who do office works after a period time will usually suffer from diseases such as eye strain, back pain, cervical vertebrae degeneration, carpal tunnel syndrome, dull or dry skin, abdominal fat... Without appropriate treatments and adjustments, these diseases will affect the health very much.

1.        Eye strain

Working continuously with the computer will make your eyes fatigable, dry or wet. Your eyes that have to regulate so much for a long time easily have these above situations. Along with eye strain are dizziness, headache and nauseous feeling. Computer waves damage the nervous system. Eye strain also makes nerves tensile, and the stifling atmosphere of the office will make you more stress.

If you want to end these situations, you should rest for about 5 minutes after every 60 minutes of working with the computer. In that leisure time, you close your eyes, relax your body and imagine living in a place with beautiful scenery or listen to a melodious music.

Description: Along with eye strain are dizziness, headache and nauseous feeling

Along with eye strain are dizziness, headache and nauseous feeling

2.        Back pain, arm pain, degenerative cervical vertebrae

Sitting much with poor posture will make back muscles and spine twisted and will lead to back pain. Typing the computer repeatedly and clicking the mouse will cause the hand joints smart. The neck continuous in motionless posture creates poor blood circulation, which will gradually lead to osteoarthritis. That's the reason why the office workers easily have diseases such as carpal tunnel syndrome (arm pain), cervical vertebrae degeneration, sciatica. Useful tips for office workers are to adjust their posture rightly: back straight, not sitting too deeply into the back of the chair. You’d better find yourself the most comfortable and soft chair. Pay attention to the height of a desk and chair to both your hands within reach of the desk. After 2 hours working with your computer, you should stretch, twist, or practice a light sport for circulation of blood. At the same time, you should massage yourself the finger joints regularly to avoid aches and muscle spasms.

Description: Back pain

Back pain

3.        Nerve injury syndrome

Nerve injury syndrome is a thing that you may encounter. When you turn your head to one side to hold the phone while both your hands still work with the computer, you can get acute chest syndrome. It is due to nerve plexus in the arm pinched. When you stretch your fingers and wrist repeatedly or turn your forearm, the nerves will be pinched. You easily have neural tube syndrome with symptoms such as discomfort from the elbow to the base of the thumb or weak wrist.

4.        Abdominal fat

The belly of office men and women tends to be bigger than usual, because they have few activities at sit posture, which make fat accumulate in the abdomen more than normal. That's not to mention the inactivity and excess calories also lead to obesity. Therefore, if your job does not have to move much, try to take every opportunity to move. Instead of the elevator, take the stairs... along with physical exercises.

5.        Diseases of skin and respiration

In the air-conditioned environment at the office, lacking of fresh air, your skin and respiratory system will have problem. If you have minor illness, your skin will be dehydrated, rough, dull color. If you have serious illness, you will have rashes, allergies, dry mouth, difficult breathing and respiratory infection. Drinking plenty of water, using moisturizer and supplementing foods rich in vitamins A, C, E … are very essential things for office workers because they have anti-aging effects, restore moisture and elasticity to the skin cells. Sometimes, you try out room to breathe fresh air to improve the above situation.

Your skin has to "work" all day, so the evening is when you should take the time to "renovate" your skin by the mask and massaging the skin. The mask will dilate the pores, help remove dead skin cells, blood circulation and your skin will be soft and smooth.

6.        Carpal tunnel syndrome

Description: Patients often have to shake hands to ease discomfort

Patients often have to shake hands to ease discomfort

Patients have the painful feelings at the thumb, index, middle and ring fingers and also feel numbness like tingling. Some patients may feel pain at the wrist, palm or forearm, especially at night. The pain and numbness sometimes spread up the forearm, which makes prehension become clumsy. Patients often have to shake hands to ease discomfort. To prevent carpal tunnel syndrome, the muscles need time to relax. Do exercises regularly especially for those who sit a lot or perform the repetitive tasks at the wrist. When working, you’d better sit in the correct posture, sometimes change positions or stand up.

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