How to Alleviate Back Pain that comes from Driving?
Americans love cars and long road trips. Millions of adults use their modern cars to commute to and from work. Then, there is another class of people who drive heavy, motorized vehicles for a living. While cars and buses offer better comfort than the other modes of transportation, back pain has always been associated with regular drivers and all those who love long road trips.
Here is a list of tips to help alleviate this pain with ease.
Choose your car seat design wisely
An ideal, trouble-free car seat makes the user feel comfortable and relaxed. The seat has ample adjustments to accommodate different leg lengths and a head rest for neck support. The height of the seat can also be adjusted and multiple reclining options are available too.
Add lumbar support
Lumbar support for car seats can be appended additionally before embarking on a long journey. Some people regularly use the car seat support for back pain and this in fact has an intense and long-lasting effect on the driver.
Take regular breaks
Driving across different terrains for many hours together is no easy job. Take frequent breaks while driving to avoid back pain from stress. Also, keep changing the posture while driving as this can shake off the postural fatigue.
Let your feet rest
When the feet of the driver are not placed firmly, the anxiety is easily transferred to the back thus causing lower back pain. In order to avoid such a situation, the driver must ensure that both feet are placed on the base of the car without any stress.
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