Network Rail Health Fair
Thank you for attending the recent health fair event and hope you found the day interesting and helpful.
Here ia a webpage to help remind you of what was covered and links to additional useful information.
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What is Body Composition? This article explains which measurements there are, and how they impact you.
To help with your back health here is a list of tips:
- Gentle warm up before heavy lifting.
- Squat down and lift, pushing through your knees rather than bending/arching your back.
- If sat down, get up and move every hour.
- When sat down, no slouching.
- Stretch your hip flexors, gluts and lower back.
- If you drive a lot then invest in a lumbar support/rolled up towel/pillow.
- Once in a while see a massage therapist/Osteopath/chiropractor.
- Exercise/Keep active/Strong core/Gluts activated.
- Stay hydrated to keep the discs in your spine hydrated.
- Keep an eye on your body weight.
- A warm bath with Epsom salts.
- When painful use a hot water bottle to loosen the tight/spasmed muscles.
- If a front sleeper, when painful sleep with a pillow under your hips.
- Side sleepers, when painful sleep with a pillow between you knees.
- Sleeping on your side in the foetal position is generally better for back health.
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