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Absolute Chiropractic &
Wellness Center

557 Roy Street Suite #100
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: 206.285.1068
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As you probably know from experience, when you’re
working on a computer, especially a laptop, gradually
your eyes get closer to the screen, your chin juts,
your back rounds, and your shoulders lift. What
you might not know is that this posture overstretches
the back muscles and shortens the connective tissue
in the front of the body. Over time, your body
memorizes this unhealthy collapsed misalignment as
its new way of being. (It gets stuck that way!)

Fixing this posture uncrushes your lungs, muscles, and organs and ups your energy level because you’ll be able to breathe better. Elevate your computer so the
screen is at eye level or just above and make sure
your elbows and hands are on one plane. Use a
pillow under a laptop if it’s in your actual lap or
set it on a stand that angles the keyboard down toward
your hands.

Taken from: The New Health Rules
by Frank Lipman, MD & Danielle Claro


September 2016

Don't Let Your Computer
Wreck your Spine

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