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Working from home is part of everyday life for many. But currently people are also doing their work from home whose workplace is actually outside their own four walls. What sounds exciting and relaxed at first can quickly cause additional stress.
A sharp increase in telephone calls, video conferences and e-mails, which become necessary due to the loss of direct communication channels, can interrupt the workflow. In addition, you unconsciously remain in a stiff sitting position and stare at the screen incessantly. At the end of the working day at the latest, this everyday work becomes noticeable through aching eyes and neck tension.
Relax with neuro-athletic training
In order to make your everyday life in the home office and office a little easier, we have put together a few exercises from neuroathletics for you that you can try out for the above-mentioned complaints. Each exercise only takes a few minutes and can be carried out with very simple means. So that working at home can be managed a little more comfortably! Of course, this also applies to everyone whose everyday work takes place at a desk, whether at home or in the office.
Constant sitting and monotonous staring at the monitor causes tension in the back and neck as well as tired and painful eyes. Time for an active break! With the following exercises you can do something for your neck, back, and eyes in just a few minutes. Of course, this applies to all desk workers - whether in the office or at home.
Tips for neck tension
Tense neck in the home office? Do your eyes hurt from constantly staring at the screen? Our exercises for neck and eye muscles can help! We'll show you how to do this with a few simple exercises. All you need is the ARTZT neuro Vision Stick. The whole thing takes just two minutes - everyone has that much time in between.
exercises for shoulder pain
Home office and working on the screen can be exhausting. Crooked posture and too little movement lead to pain. Painful tension can arise in the shoulder area in particular, which unnecessarily complicates work at the desk and impairs concentration. You can find out how you can do something about shoulder pain with simple eye exercises in this film.
Help with headaches and neck pain
Pain in everyday office life: the head and neck in particular are often overloaded at the desk. The result is painful tension. Fitness trainer Dominik Suslik explains what you can do about it with a few simple stretching exercises for the neck. He also explains the benefits of pinhole glasses in daily work on the screen and how they can help with eyestrain.