Work Related Stress and Bad Posture Treatment

Work related stress and bad posture are synonymous and can often be treated as one condition. Whilst not all work related stress is related to bad posture, the outcomes are nearly always the same, when we are stressed, we slump in our chairs and sit inappropriately. Chiropractor Adam Meredith and his team have had great results in work related stress & bad posture treatment in North Sydney at his Spine and Health Centre.

Increasing demands in the work-place whether it is increased responsibilities or increased hours to meet those additional responsibilities, either way, these are the main contributors to work place stress. Other sources of work-related stress include conflict with either the boss and/or co-workers; threats to your job security and even potential redundancy, these all contribute to work-place stress. Occupational Health & Safety pays a major part in work related stress with millions of dollars every year allocated to workers compensation claims.

Maintaining good posture is essential in the workplace; bad posture is seen as a major contributing factor to stress. Good posture should be effortless, listen to your body and make adjustments to your body while standing and sitting. You must make sure that you are provided with an ergonomic chair; a void sitting in soft, squashy chairs and use lumbar rolls to support your lower back if required.

A workplace assessment is always a good idea to ensure that you maximize your work environment. Chiropractor Adam Meredith and his team have great results with their work related stress and bad posture treatment in North Sydney.

Therapy aimed at restoring your posture removes a lot of stress from your body, increases your energy and ability to concentrate. One of the biggest improvements clients at the North Sydney Spine and Health centre report is increased energy through out the day.

Posture can have such a big impact on your health . The reason for this can be summed up by Roger Sperry PhD ( a Medical nobel Prize winner for Brain research in 1981) who stated

“Better than 90% of the energy output of the brain is used in relating the physical body in its gravitational field. The more mechanically distorted a person is, the less energy available for thinking, metabolism, and healing:

If you want to improve your general posture in the work place you could engage in some stretching exercises two or three times a week, this would also improve your muscle strength and tone; stretching your neck muscles regularly by turning your head from one side is great to do throughout the day.

If you want to see what impact you posture is having on your stress levels and work performance, come and see Adam Meredith and his team.

Work related stress and bad posture treatment in North Sydney may be just what you have been looking for.