Sleeping and sitting are the top triggers for back pain

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Sleeping and sitting are the top triggers for back pain
6th October 2014

New research indicates both sleeping and sitting are the two biggest triggers for back pain. 82% of Londoner's surveyed have experienced pain, and over a quarter of people in the capital say they suffer every day. With sleeping and sitting being fundamental parts of a person’s day, Rishi Loatey a Chiropractor in the capital is in the studio to give some helpful tips to avoid the aches and pains.

As part of BackCare Awareness Week, 6th–12th October, people are being warned that inactive lifestyles could be causing unnecessary pain and is encouraging the nation to make small adjustments to daily routines, to help improve their back health.

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