Tension in the muscles can derive from a variety of everyday activities, many of which we might not realise are causing stress to our muscles. One of the common causes of aches and pains in the muscles is from overworking. Believe it or not, there is such thing as working too hard.
Often, chiropractic therapies can contribute to alleviating muscle pain. Below, Morley Chiropractic Clinic are going to list how overworking can cause muscular tension and suggest potential chiropractic methods that could help relieve the pain.
Remaining in the same position for long periods can be especially unhealthy for your posture, especially if you are sat down for the duration. Working long hours whilst maintaining a poor posture without any additional stretching or exercise will inevitably cause stiffness. A potential solution for this could be a Pilates class or perhaps light stretches on a morning and evening.
Injuries can undoubtedly occur when carrying, lifting or moving heavy objects on a regular basis. Additionally, doing this in excess can cause a strain to your muscles. A suggestion for this could be a relaxation massage, or if you have a specific injury caused by continuous lifting, a remedial massage could be more beneficial.
Working long hours is known to have a direct correlation with a lack of sleep. This reduced sleep is then more likely to cause fatigue which makes working even more difficult; and the stress felt from struggling at work can have an impact on muscular tension. This ends up becoming a cycle as the pain of muscular tension can make sleeping uncomfortable, and less sleep means the body has less time to recover. If this is the case, it may be that you need to see a chiropractor.
Based in Leeds, Morley Chiropractic Clinic offer rehabilitative services for clients across Leeds, Wakefield, and Bradford. Among our services are Pilates, remedial massage and podiatry. As previously mentioned, muscle pain from overworking can have a cyclic effect and cause more stress and more fatigue.
If you feel you could benefit from one of Yorkshire’s leading chiropractic clinics, or simply wish to receive some professional advice, feel free to get in contact with us on 0113 2383693 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.