Your back muscles are hard at work for most of your waking hours. While standing, your back muscles are flexing to support your upper body. They make sure your spine does not shift too far forward or back, or side to side. You can give your legs a break while seated, but your back muscles continue to keep your back properly aligned. The only time your back muscles get to rest is when you lie down to sleep at the end of the day.
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The new school year is now upon us and with it children are vying for computer time to complete their homework. An improperly designed work area may cause problems for your child. Poor posture can distract your child from doing the homework, and train the spine for back pain later in life. This guide will help you set up their workstation so they maintain (or develop) a healthy posture.