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Achy Breaky

Achy Breaky

Beware of the aches and pains a new job may bring. We’re not talking about your sore ears from your bosses rants and raves, but aches in your back, neck, and/or wrists.

Forbes reports that most office workers complain of lower back pains, stiff necks, and numb wrists. Oh and the inevitable “Blackberry thumb.” Nevertheless, Forbes manages to come up with itty-bitty solutions (in picture form) that will ease these pains.

Spending most of the day sitting at a desk and staring at the computer screen can be a little tiresome. That’s why our favorite tip is taking small breaks every 30 minutes—because everyone could use a break now and then.

Posted: 6/25/08