Stretching Exercises at Your Desk

Sitting at a desk or computer terminal for extended periods of time can cause muscular tension and pain. Frequent short stretch breaks can reduce tension, head and muscle aches, and increase productivity and make work a more pleasant place to be. Take a short stretch break 30 minutes or so. And remember the 20/20 rule. Take your eyes off of your computer screen for 20 seconds every 20 minutes. Focus on an object far from the computer screen.

[su_box title=”1) Hand Relax” style=”noise” box_color=”#fff” title_color=”#2e383f”]Hand Relax

Separate and straighten your fingers until tension of a stretch is felt. Hold for 10 seconds. Relax, then bend your fingers at the knuckles and hold for ten seconds. Separate and straighten your fingers once more.[/su_box]

[su_box title=”2) Face Massage” style=”noise” box_color=”#fff” title_color=”#2e383f”]Face-Lion

Raise your eyebrows and open your eyes as wide as possible. At the same time, open your mouth and stretch the muscles around your nose and chin and stick your tongue out. Hold this stretch for 5-10 seconds

Caution: If you hear clicking or popping noises when opening your mouth, check with your dentist before doing this stretch.[/su_box]

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