We may not like to admit it, but we as human beings are quite vulnerable to injury. Even at peak physical condition, we can easily suffer a serious injury that sidelines us for days, weeks, or months. While the human body is resilient, it can take quite a while to properly recover from physical harm. Of all types of injuries, problems with the back are some of the most likely to impact all aspects of your life.
Moving and storing items is meant to be a time of productivity and improvement for the future. So don’t spoil it with a back injury!
If lifting and carrying heavy items ends in an injury, it is most likely to affect the back. So keep this danger in mind when moving items. Your spine consists of 33 vertebrae, with 24 articulating vertebrae, five that are fused to form the sacrum, and four that form the tailbone. These vertebrae help to protect the spinal cord and give support to your back as a whole. While they are made out of solid bone, their articulating nature, which help us to bend and twist our bodies, makes them susceptible to harm. Read the rest »