While working with the computer often make us fatigue. In addition to fatigue, stress will be felt and can often lead to loss of concentration while working.
To relieve symptoms of stress that hit, and simply do a little exercise while working at your desk. For example, do the stretch. That must be considered is to maintain your sitting position with upright and straight. That is, the neck and spine in an upright and neutral position, shoulders and body straight, knees bent 90 degrees with both feet flat on the floor.
Perform this stretch at least 3-4 times a week, hold for 15-30 seconds and repeat two times each session.
1. Stretching the neck
Tilt your head, hold the neck and pull your ear slightly to touch her shoulder as she gave a little pressure. You will feel the stretch along the left side of your neck. Do alternately on the left and right neck.
2. Stretching the head
Sit in an upright position, with the spine in a straight and neutral position, relaxed, head to the right so you can look past the right shoulder, looked like a movement. Do this in both directions, right and left. Do it for a few seconds so you feel relaxed.
3. Stretching the shoulder
Keep your shoulders to stay relaxed, and place your right arm over left arm across his chest. Give a little pressure to relieve stress. Do the opposite for a while.
4. Stretching back behind
Cross your arms in front of the body, leaning back in his chair. Then, crossing his hands, seize arms of the chair. If no, stick to the bottom of the seat. Stretching her arms memengang this chair can keep your spine in a position so that the back straight behind you will feel more comfortable after you stretch.
5. Stretching back next
Keep your spine in an upright, then bend your back from the hips reaching to the floor. Make a motion as if to touch your toes, place hands on the ankles or shins of your feet.
6. Stretching your fingers
Hold your right hand and place it on the table. Then use the index finger and your middle fingers, stretching the distance of each piece of stretched finger. Perform on both hands.