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Sandra Hilton / @RealScientists Aug 16
Replying to @realscientists
The evidence supports having a comfortable environment and that the exercise most likely to be helpful is the one you like. So we set the place up to be: Comfortable Clean (and easily cleanable = no carpet) No scary Images or bulging discs or ads for
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Vitality Healthcare | Portage Aug 17
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Dr. Nadeem Bajwa Aug 17
With computers and cell phones dominating a lot of our lives, many of us have forward head posture. Good news is you can help correct your neck while you sleep. Check out this helpful article!
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Tiger Balm India Aug 17
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WOLMED Aug 16
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StrawberryAlarmclock Aug 16
Trying lots of things to avoid . We need better user experiences now that everything is on the phone.
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Georgia Health News Aug 16
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Michal & Company Inc Aug 16
If you suffer from this practice will help relieve your pain. Let me know if it works for you.
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Houston Personal Injury Lawyers Aug 16
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Dr.NathalieBeauchamp Aug 16
Yes, that pain in your neck is probably from you looking down at your phone. My article will show you how to remedy these injuries.
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TheShiftChiropractic Aug 15
3 Effective Exercises To Your Text Neck. is a condition that develops from extended periods of time looking down at your cell phone or other wireless devices.
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Intouch Chiropractic Aug 15
dont' fall victim to ⠀ . ⠀ your and work overtime when you look down⠀ .⠀ bring your up to your 📲👀
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Gavin Routledge Aug 13
What a gloomy Monday! Hope today's weather or Monday don't bring you down like_when you're looking down into your phone screen? Forcing your neck down can cause spine curvature and other injuries, so tall, rain or hail or text!!
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Dr. Anthony Pellegrino Aug 11
-- it's more than and -- but it also affects and !
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John Friedrichs Aug 11
Are you currently reading this while hunched over your phone? If so, here’s a very scary wake up call. "Text neck" is real. Read below to learn all about this condition. And remember, you only get one neck. TREAT IT WELL.
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TheShiftChiropractic Aug 9
Keeping your computer screen at eye level can vastly impact your over time. Placing textbooks under or purchasing a dedicated stand for your laptop helps reduce and stiffness.
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Gavin Routledge Aug 9
Warning, this is another case! No need to run away, just straight and be aware of it! Interesting article about its effects!
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