Here Is Why You Should Never Sit For Too Long !

maxresdefaultHere Is Why You Should Never Sit For Too Long!

Most of us who have desk jobs are required to sit for hours together in front of the computer screen. But this habit can result in several health issues.

It can be a trigger factor for a number of pains and ailments. Here are a few reasons why one must prevent sitting for too long.

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Neck Pain Relief Tips

9 Lesser-Known Tips for Easing Neck Pain

Neck pain is very common among people. But sometimes it is seen that different treatment, exercises or surgery also couldn’t cure such pains. Thus people opt for some daily basis techniques so that they can do on their own but most of the people have lesser ideas or information of such techniques. So here are some suggestions which people can do as a daily basis to cure their neck pain.

Neck Pain Relief Tips

Drinking more water

Among several lesser known neck pain remedies, one of the key techniques of curing neck pain is in taking more amount of water to have proper hydration.


It provides many types of techniques to prevent you from neck pain.

In taking more magnesium

This is one of the important and lesser known neck pain remedies as magnesium helps to relax our muscle and act as an addition to cure your neck pain. Read more

The 3 Worst Things You Can Do To Your Neck

Many of your day-to-day actions are making the condition of your neck worst, and you are not even giving them a second thought. The position of your neck, while sitting or sleeping, decides the flexibility of your neck. Do overcome the pain you have to work toward breaking your common habits. The normal treatment of cervical spondylitis usually emphases on providing back and neck pain relief and lowering chances of permanent damage.

The top 3 harmful habits for your neck are:


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  1. Looking down: You are unknowingly putting the extra pressure on your neck while performing day-to-day activities like leaning your head down and taking head forward while driving.
  2. Sleeping on your stomach: The sleeping position decides most of the strength of your neck. If you have a habit of sleeping on the stomach by making the awkward angle, then you are putting the most stress on your neck.
  3. Intake of any kind of nicotine or Smoking: Smoking can really intensify degeneration of disc disease in the cervical spine (neck).

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6 Easy Tips to Reduce Back and Neck Pain at Work

Dealing with neck and back pain is something we all go through. But is it an easy task to manage? In addition to deal with unpleasant aches, work gets messed up, family life cannot be enjoyed and finally result in higher expenses.

6 Easy Tips to Eliminate Back and Neck Pain at Work

Neck Pain at Work

  1. Setting up your desk: Go for a comfortable, adjustable chair. Learn how to adjust it to fit you, and a keyboard tray. Proper positioning of printers, screens, and mouse is important.
  2. Getting up and walking around: Sitting in an office chair seems easy, but it can be very tiring. Your posture suffers the longer you sit. If you have back, neck pain, it’s best to stand up and walk around the office every half hour.
  3. Don’t cross your legs: Sitting cross-legged makes it difficult to keep your spine straight and shoulders squared, and you risk overstretching the muscles around the pelvis, upping your risk of varicose veins by interrupting blood flow.
  4. Prevent Cervical Spondylitis with Exercise: Exercise is a great way to prevent further spreading of cervical spondylitis. However, it must be done cautiously and under expert guidance. You may also perform tai chi and yoga. Both of them will work on strengthening body hence increasing your flexibility without putting too much stress.
  5. Medicine to get relief from cervical spondylitis: These days there afre medicines available to give you relief.

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Cervical Spondylosis, Myths and Facts

Cervical Spondylosis- occurs due to normal wear and tear with ageing while Cervical Spondylitis occurs due to inflammation in vertebral joints.


Myths and facts

– Neck exercises are advised in the case of cervical Spondylitis, however doing it for longer hours cause micro trauma in vertebra column, and nerve roots and leads to permanent damage.

– Cervical collars are advisable in case of cervical Spondylitis and in case of acute cervical pain. Collars are helpful in acute pain situations although if used prolonged it causes cervical muscle weakening. It is also advisable to use collars for shorter durations. Read more

Spondin – The Most Effective Natural Remedy for Neck & Shoulder Pain

SpondylitisCervical spondylitis and cervical spondylosis are both disorders that affect the region surrounding the neck and shoulder. It develops as a result of wear and tear of the cartilage and bones of the cervical spine (area around the neck), which might extend to the shoulders and arms.

In case of cervical spondylitis, patients experience inflammation and stiffness in their vertebral joints, leading to neck pain. In extreme cases, patients may find it difficult to move their neck and shoulders at all. Cervical spondylosis, on the other hand, sees degeneration of the spine that leads to fusion on the vertebral column at the neck area. Patients experience abnormal wear and tear of the cartilage and spine bones. Its symptoms include severe pain in the neck, shoulder, arm, back (in some cases), muscle weakness, stiffness, cracking sound on moving the neck or shoulder, gait dysfunction, loss of balance, and loss of bowel and/or bladder control, in chronic conditions. Read more

It’s Not Okay to Have a Bad Posture!

Bad postureMost people don’t realise this, but they tend to make many posture-related mistakes in their day-to-day lives. The way you sit across your computer at work or how you walk – any physical activity you participate in has to be done in an appropriate manner. If you slouch too much or keep your neck too high, anything that has got to do with your posture can have dramatic effects on your well-being.

Let us take a look at three stretching exercises that can help you maintain the perfect posture at all time: Read more

Cervical Spondylitis: Who All Are At Risk?

Identifying people who are at risk of spondylitisCervical spondylitis is the chronic deterioration of the bones and intervertebral discs of the spinal cord. It is a medical condition that happens as the result of inflammation in the vertebral joints. Usually, the symptoms of cervical spondylitis do not appear in anyone at a young age. It is only after the person touches the age of 40 does this ailment progress. Out of both the genders, men are more prone to suffering from it and that also from an early age.

A study by the Mayo Clinic states that this affliction is ‘present in more than 90 percent of people over the age of 65 although some have it in such small degrees that they never experience symptoms’. Cervical spondylitis negatively impacts different parts of the body, such as axial skeleton, peripheral joints, and extra-articular structures. However, this ailment has rarely left any person crippled or disabled. Read more

Spondin Receives Some More Love from Doctors

Dr. Ashish Chakravorty's testimonial

Just recently we shared Dr. Shashank Singh’s feedback on his experience when prescribing Spondin to a patient. And now, we have yet another success story for you.

Taking out some time for us from his busy schedule, Dr. Ashish Chakravorty, a specialist in Spine and Joint Disease, has declared how happy he is with Spondin in a letter to us.  Read more

Spondin Successfully Cures Symptoms of Cervical Spondylitis














Kind and appreciative words are always welcome for any company. We are no different. We thrive on feedback received from doctors and patients and each testimonial we receive only strengthens our resolve to do better and widen our reach.

Here’s one such recommendation that has come in from Dr. Shashank Singh from Lucknow. In the case study he sent to us, he details the recovery made by a patient suffering from Cervical Spondylitis. Read more