Keep in shape!

 

Dear Golden Care Members, 

How’s your body? 

 Are you able to stay in shape despite the many hours spent sitting on your chair or the many hours spent lying on the couch watching TV or reading, without any physical activity? 

 And yes, the change in our daily routines has subconsciously forced our body to be less active and therefore more sedentary. All it takes is one wrong movement, different to what you usually do, to hurt yourself. How can we fix this? 

Here is some advice on how to look after your body when you are working or when you have time to devote to it: 

 

How to sit in front of your screen?

Do not hesitate to review the ergonomics of your office space. This fun video will show you how it’s possible to work better without having to change all your equipment Even your children can try it. 

 

How can you make your sofa more comfortable?

The sofa is an integral part of some people’s daily life. Reading, watching films, lying comfortably for hours on end, but is your position good for you? Unfortunately, some people have back pain because of it 

 What can be done about it? Reconcile yourself with your sofa thanks to the advice in this article. 

 

Some ideas for activities at home!

It is important to keep practicing sport during this period. But what can we do when our outings are limited in time? You may not realise it, but it is possible to keep up physical effort with motivation and the furniture around you. Chairs, tables and other items will help you maintain physical activity. This article gives you some tips and application recommendations to keep in shape. 

 

 

Look after your body and your home and you will feel better too! 

 

Amandine,

Member of the Golden Care Service Team 

 

 

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