bac<, tackling technology related aches and pains.

Back pain, neck pain and poor posture.  The majority of us have suffered at one time or another with some kind of aches and pains relating to not sitting at a computer correctly.  In the workplace there are the standard posters telling us how to sit correctly in order to avoid aches and strains but what about at home?

bac<, tackling technology related aches and pains.


No one wants posters reminding them how to sit or correctly arrange their tech in the living room or study and in order to help the cause bac< have launched two additional products to its back care range.  bac< PostureMinder  and bac< Posture Stand.

bac< PostureMinder software is a clever little gadget that gives ergonomic training, takes a reference image via your webcam and then automatically compares how you are sitting with how you should be sitting.  It then advises the user to correct their posture regularly if this is not the case.  It also reminds the user to take regular hydration breaks and offers expert advice on stretch exercises to relieve muscle tension.

bac<, tackling technology related aches and pains.

bac< Posture Stand is made from zinc alloy and aluminium and can support weights of up to 40kg.  Made to hold laptops, monitors or tablets up to an eye level Posture Stand also has cooling holes to aid ventilation and helps to stop devices from overheating.  The bac< Posture Stand is selling for £39.99

Mark Critchley, spokesperson for bac< said

Poor posture has been fuelled by our increasing use of technology and our computer-based lifestyles, but the bac< PostureMinder and bac< Posture Stand provide effective, preventative solutions.

When using a computer we should always sit up straight and ensure our lower back is supported, but we can forget to do this when we’re deep in concentration.  A gentle reminder not to slouch or hunch from our new bac< PostureMinder is a simple answer.

bac<, tackling technology related aches and pains.

 

Both products are available now from Backpainhelp.com

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