The PC user often spends hours on end in a fixed position making minute movements to type and execute mouse clicks. A lot of the strain that we generally experience comes from engaging in sedentary activities such as working at the computer. People are often tempted to blame their computer, their job, their chair for their troubles. Purchasing a new computer or chair or finding a new job may not be necessary. Here are some questions to ask yourself:
1. Is the work you do at the computer a physical or mental activity?
2. Is your workstation set up to your advantage?
4. How are you concentrating on your work?
5. Take some Alexander Technique Lessons!
Don't you find it easier to think and create when you feel comfortable, energized, and free of aches and pains?
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