Hello Guys, today i am going to share some habits which can damage your spine’s health. So,you should change those habits to keep your spine healthy.

The spine is the backbone of your body that keeps it together. It is important that you take care of it at any age. We have made a list of everyday activities that, as it turns out, might harm your spine. Who would have known that brushing your teeth could be so dangerous?

Number 8:Washing up. -Health

When washing up, we usually stand in a half-bent position with strained arms Because of this, the intervertebral discs of the thoracic section quickly wear out, which leads to pains between the shoulder blades. How to avoid it? Put a chair or a stool under your knee when you wash up. This habit will help lower the pressure.

Number 7: Changing a car wheel. -Health

Every second car owner has faced this challenge that can give you a pain in the back for the rest of the day. Therefore, don’t bend over to the wheel. Sit on the ground next to it instead so that your eyes on the same level as the car’s fender.

Number 6: Carrying bags from the supermarket. -Health

Despite the depressing reality where supermarkets make millions yearly selling disposable bags, never skimp on a second bag. Some few extra cents will save your spine from extra pressure. Remember that heavy objects should be lifted with your knees bent. For most women, a heavy object is something weighing more than five pounds, or two kilograms. For most men, more than eleven pounds, or five kilograms Also, always remember that you should carry bags only with their weight evenly distributed in both hands.

Number 5: Washing the floor. -Health

If not every day, at least once a week, we clean up our houses and brutally torture our spines. Strained legs and back, active arm movements, weight lifting – that even sounds dangerous. How to avoid it? Don’t wash the floor with your hands and a floor cloth. Use a mop or a brush instead.

Number 4:Lacking up your shoes. -Health

Everything you do in a bent posture harms your inter vertebral discs. Under constant pressure, nutritional substances leave the spine, and it flattens. This results in pressing and jabbing pains in one area or another. A new supply of necessary elements is only refilled when our bodies feel comfortable, for instance, in sleep. In light of this, it is crucial that you monitor the sensations in your back during the day, and don’t put them to a strength test. We recommend lacing your shoes when seated and with your leg pulled up. Don’t do it crouched on the floor or standing and bending over.

Number 3: Carrying a backpack. -Health

Backpacks aren’t just popular with school students. We often jam them full of stuff in a bid to use all the available space. Heavy weights and incorrect carrying have an adverse impact on your spine. Backpacks have two straps for a reason. Use both of them for an even distribution of the load also, give preference to backpacks with wide and soft straps. They provide better shock absorption and lower the pressure on your neck and spine.

Number 2:Taking heavy objects from above. -Health

When you reach up for something, your spine stretches. Now imagine what happens to your spinal discs when all the weight of a suitcase, even an empty one, collapses on them at that moment. It is like throwing a brick on a balloon. Of course, the discs won’t burst, but the consequences can be nasty if you repeat that action regularly. When you need to take something heavy from above, you should use a chair to reduce the pressure to a minimum. Ideally, the weight should be at the level of your chest.

Number 1:Brushing your teeth. -Health

When we stand, the pressure on the spine is much higher than during a long walk. If you have to stand for hours every day, you should find a way to mitigate the harmful influence on your spine. What is the best solution? When you brush your teeth, lean on the wall or the sink with your free hand. By the way, are you trying to give up any habits or adopt new healthy ones? How is it going?.

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