The third attempt at a comfortable way to work in front of a computer has been a kneeling chair. I found with a computer chair, I was slouching and would get a sore lower back. I tried a standing desk but found my feet would feel sore after not too long, I would rest one knee on my desk (I put a small table on top of my desk).. I came to find I didn’t like being front of my computer with this method.
Enter the kneeling chair, I looked at various varieties around the internet and eventually came across the Variér® Variable™ balans® Kneeling Chair, retailing for around $700. Yeah, no. Found a copy on eBay for $140 delivered 😀
Currently using it and I love it, a lot. I can change my position to relief strain from different positions, it’s sweet.
We often second guess ourselves, disregard our inner promptings or
are paralyzed with indecision, while another part of us knows we should be taking action steps and moving forward!
Tomorrow night we will discuss some of these challenges and why they exist.
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In this article, Mark talks about night eating being associated with hormone regulation. Well would you look at that…! all the buzz words, Thyroid, Adrenals, Cortisol… Yup links me back to hypothyroid..!
On that I saw a doc who recommended.. ehh something I lost the piece of paper, and also agreed that buying iodine was a good idea 🙂 Which I just did 😛
"Drink fresh ginger tea
Ginger is a potent anti-viral substance that prevents the adhesion of viruses to the upper respiratory mucosa. If you drink the concoction I recommend below at the first signs of sickness, you can often fight it off successfully. But—and this is a big “but”—you have to drink it at or near the strength I suggest, or it won’t be effective. Some people find this difficult to do, because ginger is so intense, but if you can handle it your immune system will thank you."
From – 7 Tips for Preventing (and Shortening) Colds and Flus