When I was a younger traveler, I could sit, sleep and work in any position and feel totally fine. Posture and ergonomics had no priority for me at all. This is changing more as I am approaching my 30th birthday. The need to improve my posture has come to my recognition, I recently stumbled upon a product that helps me correct my posture in a simplified manner that does not take much time, money or effort.
It really does. One of the hardest things is trying to maintain good posture if you work constantly on the go like I do. I’ve had to do work on my tablet on all sorts of rickety trains and all kinds of rusty bus station benches. This case has been a literal neck saver for me. I noticed in the last couple of years that my neck and shoulders have been much tenser as a result of my less than stellar posture. I have tried to ease the pain with massages, sauna and pain medication, but I eventually realized that what I needed was to correct my posture. This can be done with specific exercises and yoga, but my time is limited so I can’t always commit to this. A simple adjustment to how I sit when I work was good enough. This was where the ergonomic tablet holder comes in. Now when I work away, I am more likely to sit properly than I used to when I was hunched over my tablet. I am not going to claim it made me lose weight, but the corrected posture has made me look slightly trimmer. If you are hunched over a tablet often, it can start to give the appearance of the double chin. So in addition to feeling better with improved posture, you also look better and more professional.
Convenience matters even more