Why work really is a pain in the neck (and back) for one in four of us

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Article in the Daily Mail

– Quarter say work is responsible for backaches, sore necks and joint pain
– One in six told survey that problems were caused by chair they use at work
– And one in seven felt ‘less interested in romantic relationships as a result’

Think your job is a pain in the neck? You may be right.

Nearly one in four of us believe remaining in the same position for long periods of our working day is responsible for our backaches, sore necks and joint pain.

More than one in six told a survey that problems were caused by the chair they use at work

And we take these troubles home with us – with one in seven saying they were less interested in romantic relationships as a result of their discomfort.

Aches and pains are estimated to cost the UK £5.7billion a year and result in 10million lost working days.

Read more here

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One Response to Why work really is a pain in the neck (and back) for one in four of us

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