As a lot of us sit at a desk everyday at work with very little movement our muscles and joins stiffen up. Sitting for lengthy periods is terrible for your body. Aches and pains are the least of your problems. You’re at a higher risk of muscular skeletal disorders, obesity, diabetes, cancer, heart disease and more.
Excessive amounts of typing is a well-known cause of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), which is a painful wrist strain that can go up your arm. Keyboards can be a breeding ground for bacteria if not kept clean.
If your mouse stays in the same spot all day, you can be prone to repetitive strain injury (RSI). Upper limb RSI occurs when your tendons are straining more than they should for long periods of time, which can be because of movement repetition, a sustained awkward position, or prolonged pressing against hard surfaces smart phones are also noted for this as well.
To help combat this there are quick and easy yoga routines you can do right at your desk to help keep you loose and heather in that desk job. Below are some examples
The Red Goodbye is the follow-up to my first novel The Pangram Killer. A year after Serena Triton a detective cracked the largest cases in her career she is rewarded with a move from active homicide to the open unsolved unit. Serena gets her first taste of the new unit working a case that is older than she and could possibly lead her to an unexpected killer and unexpected alibi in an old enemy.