The combination of sitting, which we know is one of the worse postures for your back and neck, along with the use of computers, and leaning over books is made even worse by the added stress that exams inevitably cause.
Stress tightens the muscles, particularly around the neck and upper back and this just adds more pressure to joints and muscles already strained by prolonged sitting.
Headaches, neck pain, back pain, and even arm pain can all be attributed to these problems.
Posture usually doesn’t help the situation with many students already being somewhat rounded in the shoulders.
The final nail in the coffin comes with the lack of exercise that inevitably happens whilst studying for exams. This is usually the thing that keeps people supple and avoids headaches, back and neck pain, but during exams is restricted due to time.

About Me

Dr . Himanshu mathur (physiotherapist ) is a board certified Family Medicine physio who provides primary care

Working Hours

Mon - Fri: 8.00 am - 10.00 pmSaturday: 10.00 am - 3.00 pmSunday: Closed

Contacts

Phone: +91-9649784338+91-9654298553F-2,Shree Krishnam Appartment,Radha Nikunj B,Near Lakshyadeep Paradise, Muhana Mandi Road, Jaipur