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Rejuvenation of spinal diseases related to computers

Rejuvenation of spinal diseases related to computers

Rejuvenation of spinal diseases related to computers

A 20-year-old college student was diagnosed with a headache, and the doctor found that his cervical spine was severely degenerative. The strain was like the cervical spine of a 50-year-old.

Another student who was reading was severely lumbar disc herniated and oppressed the nerves, causing pain in the lower extremities.

Spinal-related diseases are getting closer to young people.

Relevant statistics show that the number of outpatients in traditional Chinese medicine orthopedics increased by 20% compared with the same period of last year. Among them, the number of people who visited the cervical vertebrae and lumbar vertebrae accounted for 80%, and the number of people aged 20 to 40 accounted for the number of people diagnosed and treated.Half more.

  At present, the trend of rejuvenation of spinal diseases is directly related to the popularity of computers and the increase in the frequency of computer use. Young people need to exercise to change the status of spinal diseases.

  In the past, spine-related diseases were mostly among middle-aged and older people over the age of 40, and the current age group has advanced to the age of 20, and continues to show a trend of younger age. The youngest patient who was diagnosed was only 8 years old.

  Due to the use of the mouse, the correct force is inserted, the cervical vertebrae are not coordinated, and the hip muscles and ligaments are easily strained.

The longer use of the computer keeps the cervical spine in a strong posture, and the long-term weight of the lumbar spine can cause spine-related diseases.

The trend of younger age of spinal diseases is also closely related to the heavy burden of students’ schoolwork, the increase in reading and writing time and the poor posture.

Cervical vertebrae and lumbar vertebrae diseases can cause headache, dizziness, waist and leg pain, and memory loss due to insufficient blood supply to the brain, reduced work efficiency, mental irritability, and poor mood, which seriously affects normal working life.

  The only way to save the spine is to exercise.

Through various physical exercises, the strength of the back muscles can be strengthened, and the stability of the spine can be protected instead of various spinal diseases.

In addition, it is necessary to develop a good sitting posture and living habits, paying attention to the reasonable adjustment of study and working hours.

A good spine can keep your body strong and improve your learning and work efficiency.