The lack of movement (moving from the bed to the couch doesn’t count) during this WFH period might have resulted in neck and shoulder aches, tightness in the hips and even lower back pains (or, ugh, made them worse). But that doesn’t mean you have to live with them—the discomfort in certain areas can be easily eased with some stretches or the use of a household item or two. We get an expert to share some tips.
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