The British Chiropractic Association (BCA) has done the math when it comes to driving and posture problems, finding that around 32,000 people visit a chiropractor each month with injuries that are aggravated, or caused by, poor driving posture. Most people spend hours every week (if not every day) driving and sitting in a truck or car seat. Overtime, if you are driving with poor posture, you increase your risk of developing painful conditions in the muscles and bones. Just as those with certain occupations may require them to sit in an office chair for hours on end, those who spend most of their day driving may experience painful issues that arise from improper posture.
To make things easier on your spine, arms, legs, and other parts of your body, there are a list of things to consider every day while driving.
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