Working from home is causing an increase in physical problems, from headaches to lower back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome. Photo: Getty Images
Working from home is causing an increase in physical problems, from headaches to lower back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome. Photo: Getty Images
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Working from home is triggering back pain, headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, and more: what you can do to avoid suffering

  • People working from home are reporting aches and pains, sore joints, stiffness, carpal tunnel syndrome and headaches
  • Some employers have helped workers set up correctly at home, and workers are boning up on ergonomics. Whatever your arrangements, regular movement can help

Working from home is causing an increase in physical problems, from headaches to lower back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome. Photo: Getty Images
Working from home is causing an increase in physical problems, from headaches to lower back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome. Photo: Getty Images
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