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Sitting straight 'bad for backs' Sitting up straight is not the best position for office workers, a study has suggested. Scottish and Canadian researchers used a new form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to show it places an unnecessary strain on your back. They told the Radiological Society of North America that the best position in which to sit at your desk is leaning back, at about 135 degrees. Experts said sitting was known to contribute to lower back pain.

Just remember to aim to go to bed at least half an hour before. It's hard to get to sleep exactly when you want to. by drschuchman Aug 15

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It helped me understand why some mornings I am extremely sluggish and other times I am chipper and ready to face the day as I bolt out of bed before the alarm clock by james780 Aug 15

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