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“I have a headache after noon.”
“My head hurts gradually from evening to night.”
What’s wrong with someone who says?
I have a headache
“When is the hardest time in the morning, noon, and night?”
I mentioned in the previous section that I heard that.
I have one more thing to ask.
“Is there any change between weekdays and holidays?”
“Holidays don’t hurt so much”
If so, the cause of your daytime headache is work.
“Even if work is the cause, I can’t quit!”
You might say, but wait a minute.
I’m not saying that the work itself is the cause.
The problem is “work attitude”.
“I’m motivated and working hard?”
“I’m working hard!”
Instead, it says your sitting posture is the problem.
Most people in the company are sitting down.
You may be surprised, but it’s very tiring to keep sitting.
Because you can’t use the leg muscles, which make up 70% of the muscles.
Keeping sitting is a lot of hard work, as you have to keep your heavy head supported by 30% of your upper body muscles.
People who have headaches from evening to night are caused by this fatigue, which causes them to sit in a bad posture.
Don’t keep sitting.
Get up at least once an hour to pour coffee or go to the bathroom and use your legs.
And don’t stay still during lunch break, if possible, go outside and have lunch.
So what’s the cause of people who already have headaches in the daytime?
If you have a headache early after starting work
When facing down, it becomes a straight neck.
A straight neck is a state in which the neck is fully extended.
When the neck stretches, the blood vessels that pass through it are pulled.
Imagine a rubber hose.
If you pull it, the tube will become thinner.
The same thing happens with blood vessels.
When blood vessels become thin, blood flow deteriorates.
Then headaches are more likely to occur.
“That said, can’t you work without looking down?”
You might say.
Is your computer a laptop?
If you have a laptop computer, put a stand under it and raise it by at least 5 cm.
By doing so, you will be able to work by lowering your eyes even if you do not look down.
This alone will significantly reduce headaches from noon.
However, if you have a headache from evening to night, it is a problem of your sitting posture, so please be careful about your sitting posture while standing or walking occasionally.
If you say that your head hurts on holidays as well as on weekdays, it means that you often sit at home or look down on your smartphone, so don’t look down and move well. Please do.
Please refer to the following for the recommended good posture.
How to take a good posture
Place your palm on your hips.
Bend the spine by squeezing the muscles on either side of the spine just above the palm of your hand (I think your spine is probably protruding, but this spine is naturally warped. It is).