What happens to the sacroiliac joint when sitting for a long time?
Why do those who work sitting for a long time constantly complain of discomfort in the lower back?
After several hours spent at the computer, the sacrum (located just above the coccyx) will shift, strain and cause unpleasant feelings.
This leads to inflammation of the sacroiliac joint. There is pain that spreads up the entire back and down the person’s legs.
In fact, according to a 2015 research review, there is a strong relationship between the amount of time a person spends sitting and the intensity of their lower back pain.
A table with a TEHNOTABLE lifting mechanism, which will allow you to work in a dynamic position, will help solve this issue.