If you find the pain unbearable and need help adjusting the space, here are a few tips for making your workspace more comfortable.
If you find the pain unbearable and need help adjusting the space, here are a few tips for making your workspace more comfortable.

Part 1: Tips for Making Your Workspace More Comfortable

Sometimes, finding a comfortable position at your desk during a long day seems impossible. For those living with arthritis, it can be even harder to adjust, and the pain likely occurs more often. Unfortunately, those living with this debilitating disease find it more difficult to perform some of the regular daily tasks that come with a desk job, such as typing, writing, walking around the office and simply sitting back down at the designated workspace.

If you find the pain unbearable and need help adjusting the space, here are a few tips for making your workspace more comfortable:   

1. Invest in a New Chair
Perhaps your current seating arrangement is making the pain even worse. You need a good, sturdy yet comfortable chair to accommodate you; after all, you spend most of your day sitting at your desk. Investing in a high-quality, ergonomic office chair designed with a curved backrest, armrests and foam padding is a simple way to address lower back pain and provide support and comfort. Make sure it also has adjustable seat height because changing your position at your desk based on the set up ensures your posture is on point, which can also reduce back pain.

Your current office chair might be the reason your chronic back pain keeps flaring up.Your current office chair might be the reason your chronic back pain keeps flaring up.

2. Cater to Your Individual Temperature Threshold
It's no surprise that your joints get more tense in the winter; cold air impacts muscles and bones, and causes more aches and pains than you'd experience in the summer. The same holds true in a cold office setting. Because you likely don't have a personal thermostat that's unlocked to adjust at your disposal, make sure you have options for catering to your own temperature-adjusting needs. Leave a sweater at your desk, keep a small personal heater near your feet or bring in a blanket to warm you up when the office feels brisk. These solutions are excellent ways to loosen up your joints and find comfort so you can get back to work.

"Taking breaks throughout the day helps with concentration."

3. Take Breaks Throughout the Day
Spending too much time sitting down is just as bad for your joints as standing and walking around too often throughout the day. To ensure your knees don't stiffen under your desk and your wrists don't cramp up from typing all day, take breaks at work. Not only does taking breaks alleviate joint pain and aching, Homedit stated that breaking up your workday helps with concentration and can even make you more productive and efficient! If you're not used to taking breaks, set alarms in your phone as reminders or start scheduling time to step away from work into your calendar. Once they become a habit, you won't have to rely on reminders, and joint stiffness and aching will vanish.

4. Keep Our Joint Health Supplement Handy
If the chronic back pain, neck soreness and stiffness in your knuckles, knees and other joints has yet to subside after making these workspace adjustments, make sure you keep Hallelujah Diet Joint Health at your desk to mitigate the pain. Our 100-percent natural and highly effective formula doesn't mask the symptoms like other arthritis medications does. Instead, it directly addresses the source of the problem, reducing inflammation and supporting your body's effort to rebuild cartilage.

By using this supplement in conjunction with the Hallelujah Diet, you can regain movement in your joints, eliminate swelling that causes pain and live your best, most fulfilling life, just as God intended. Check back in a few weeks for the second part in our series!

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6 comments

  1. Thank you HD.you are really God sent to our world.just want to know the fruits and foods high in vitamin D and B12. What is your definition and description of a clean fish for the treatment of spondiloses.

  2. This is some good information about working in a work place. I agree we must take breaks and sat in a good chair, the temperature in a workplace should be set for a comfortable area, so the workers can work at ease. This is good .

  3. Yes, I agree. Movement, posture, and ergonomics are very important for those of us who spend a lot of time at the computer. Keeping your feet on the floor, the correct height of the desk and computer screen are all factors in preventing problems with our bodies. We want to be able to sit in a natural position. Our bodies are designed for movement. So it is important to get up and move around frequently.

  4. Carolyn B, Calhoun

    Great information. Our office is set up so we can take breaks as needed to get up and stretch. Temperature settings always seem fair. Some of us keep a light blanket at our desks just in case. Having our supplements available helps as well. I have a pretty severe chronic arthritis situation so I’m always trying to make sure my work area is as comfortable as possible. Thank you for this blog.

  5. This is great advice. My mother deals with arthritis and these are great suggestions to help keep her more comfortable.

  6. I am thankful that I work in an environment that allows us to step away from our desks often throughout the day to encourage mobility and comfort in the workplace. It is very challenging and very uncomfortable to work in an environment that restricts your movement.

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