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You may have adjusted to working remotely from a (makeshift) desk or couch, but can the same be said for your back?
Poor posture or sitting in a chair that lacks back support can take its toll on your body and lead to backache, which in turn can affect your productivity.
If you’ve developed backache in recent months, or it's a long-standing issue, you can improve your posture and ease discomfort by doing the following:
Our Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Dr Maureen Baker, is ready to help. Just drop your comment into our latest Facebook post. She'll pick the best question of the day and post a reply. #askMaureen
Health is not simply the absence of sickness. -- Hannah Green