Mistressbinky's Blog Posts Tagged 'ligaments' (1)

ligaments out of alignment

While watching a medical expert on one of the early shows, a list was given to get your ligaments into alignment:

1.Never clench phone between ear and shoulder to talk. Use a headset, or hold receiver with hand. Don't attempt talk on phone while doing chores, eating, walking dog, pushing stroller...The person on the other line can wait.

2. Sit erect

3.Exercise limbs at desk, if you have a desk job or sit at your home computer for long hours.

4. Avoid wearing flip… Continue

Added by mistressbinky on March 19, 2011 at 8:55am — 2 Comments

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