So, what can you do?
- Carry your device at chest height, with the head up, chest open and shoulder blades back. Imagine a helium balloon attached by a string to your chest and lifting you to a straighter posture. Use your eyes for movement rather than your head.
- Take a break every 5 minutes and look up, down and rotate right and left. Remember, your neck is part of a living entity that likes motion.
- Try to avoid being CDO (that’s OCD in alphabetical order) about having to be on your device constantly.
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