Whether it's your phone, laptop, or tablet, you're bound to be typing, swiping, and hunched forward all day long.
Which causes the desk slump. You know the look I'm talking about, right? Rolled in shoulders, rounded back, chin jutting forward from staring at your screen for so long?
Not the most attractive look, if you ask me. More importantly, it can lead to low self-esteem, muscle strain, pinched nerves, and make it harder to breathe. Yikes.
I do have some good news, though. With some stretch and strengthening breaks throughout the day, you can help reverse your desk posture and relieve tension in your neck, shoulders, wrists, and back from all that typing.
Here are four moves that will help.