Car Driving-Healing Lower Back pain and Posture Fatigue Risk


Dear Readers, Today the topic is Car Driving-Healing Lower Back pain and Posture Fatigue Risk, Correct car seat design for posture, Protect the Spine from Vibrations. Car driving posture should be correct while driving if posture is not correct, sitting in a tense, slumped and cramped position invites lower back strain and postural fatigue. Poor driving position or car seat design is highly risky for backache and lower back pain.

Car Driving-Healing Lower Back pain and Posture Fatigue Risk
Car Driving-Healing Lower Back pain and Posture Fatigue Risk

All who care for their back, spine must pay attention of their car seat design. Tractor drivers mostly suffer from spine pain and lower back pain. Buses and trains passenger’s spine bounced up and down. People who commute more than 32 kilometres in a day have double risk of disc injury.

It is estimated in USA that more than 8 million workers facing occupational vibration which leads to diseases like back pain, dead finger, piles, hemias and varicose veins. Russia official reports suggest third common cause of occupational sickness is disease due to vibration which is characterised by back pain, nausea, headache, rapid fatigue and indigestion.

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Car Driving-Healing Lower Back pain and Posture Fatigue Risk
Correct car seat design for posture

Correct car seat design for posture  

  • Car seat with firm squab, should have the facility of adjustments to avoid strain on back.
  • A seat which, has total adjustments to sit comfortably while driving such as Steering wheel can be gripped without taking back away from seat support and without slumping forward, without strengthening knee depress pedal of the break fully,  your seat should be movable backward or forward to  adjust as per your height. Do these modifications with help of mechanic.
  • A seat should be with complete lumbar support.
  • When corners are taken it should provide degree of lateral support to prevent the spine from rolling. Belt must wear while driving as it not only prevent to slump forward but also gives support to the spine.
Car Driving-Healing Lower Back pain and Posture Fatigue Risk
Protect the Spine from Vibrations

Protect the Spine from Vibrations

Human is very sensitive to vibrations. Protect the spine from vibrations while you drive a car or any other four wheelers.

1. Car ride should comfortable and smooth. Few years ago a study carried out in the New Haven and Hartford Connecticut, USA confirmed that the people who are more prone to disc injuries are motorists than non motorists. Japanese, Swedish and French cars vibrate lower average frequencies than German and American cars.

2. More vibration throws stress on lumbar spine. Keep the speed at average as vibrations grows stronger when the speed is beyond its limit.

3. To sudden knocks and rattles attend immediately while driving.

4. Wheels of the car should be in good balance as vibration transmitted to the steering column via the front wheels. Time to time have wheel expert balance. Check if odd lumps of mud on the car wheels which throw the car out of balance and creates vibration.

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Note: If any serious health problem please consult to your doctor immediately. In case of Pregnant women or any other serious health problem then the above tips should be followed under the guidance of your health-care practitioner.

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