Our expert says:
I would advise you to see your nearest osteopath as the best way to resolve your headache and tinitus. For more information on osteopathy visit www.osteogoodhealth.com
In the meantime:
Ensure your chair is facing your desk and not at an angle.
Bend forward in your seat, then wiggle your bum back as far as possible. Then sit up. This position will allow for your spine to be in an optimal position and for your upper back to relax.
Keep properly hydrated. Dehydration will increase muscle tension. Avoid caffiene.
Ensure your computer is directly in front.
If you are on the phone a lot wear a headset.
Take regular cardiovascular exercise.
Don't slump on the sofa in the evening.
Get enough sleep.
Dr Guy Ashburner Osteopath
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