catdad22

288d

Hey pain people 🙂 So, I work from home a lot of the time. Sometimes I work at a desk, but I often need a different space. A lot of times, I’ll end up at the table or a more supportive couch, but my back still feels like it could use some more support. Whether it’s one of the pillows with arms that you usually see on beds or something else, could you share your recommendations of supportive pillows I could try out?

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    • fruitpunk

      266d

      What has helped me the most is switching my desk chair to a kneeling chair. Ironically, one of the best chairs for back pain has literally no back rest at all. Instead, it keeps your posture aligned by shifting your weight forward. I don’t recommend if you struggle with knee or shin pain, however. I love it though!

      • Betty_Boop

        220d

        @fruitpunk , I found that a seat cushion with a hole where the base of your spine is works wonders for me and I'm telling you I have one of the worse backs you've ever seen! The guy that reads the x-rays ECT said it looks like a race track! lol

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