Do you work from a laptop- at home, out and about, at school or uni?
Perhaps you even use a laptop at work?
Well, there’s obviously some great benefits to being portable while you work, a laptop can create major problems for you.
Here’s one of the biggest ones I see bothering my clients, a lot…
They get tension, knots and even pain in their neck and shoulders.
Some people even get headaches and upper back pain.
Is this normal? No!
Is it common? Yes!
Is there a solution? Luckily, Yes!
You see, the inherent problem with a laptop is the fact that the screen is connected to the keyboard.
Your keyboard needs to be at desk or table height for you to type without getting sore wrists and arms.
Your screen needs to be up at eye height so you can look straight ahead and not strain your head, neck, shoulders and upper back while you work.
The weight of your head is similar to a bowling ball…
And if it falls forward even the slightest bit while you look down, an incredible amount of strain and tension is put on the ligaments, joints and muscles of your back and neck.
Imagine the strain on your poor neck and upper back after you’ve been sitting for even 20 minutes!
Let alone hours on end while you finish off that urgent piece of work late into the night L
It’s a situation that often creates long term problems like pain, stiffness, arthritis and numerous injuries, if you don’t get ahead of the game…
Luckily I have a perfect solution for you!