Back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, what kind of pain is it called?Office Syndrome

Many people may not know that they are in office syndrome. Because I was used to the pain in the back, neck and shoulders . That I overlook Without knowing that those symptoms were becoming a chronic health problem later. But how do you know what kind of pain you call office syndrome? And to bring everyone to resolve concerns Today we bring you information on separating common pain and office symptoms. So that everyone turned to take care of their health away from the disease more.

Office Syndrome Pain that comes with work

Office Syndrome is most common in people whose job type is sitting in front of a computer or sitting in the same position for long periods of time. The cause of the disease comes from the behavior of sitting in the wrong position. Such as hunched back, bent back, wrapped up on the shoulders or raised the shoulders Or even to sit and work with the urge repeatedly until the muscles are used in the same form for a long time Refused to change the position of the body Including sitting in the wrong position, causing pain and stiffness in the neck, shoulder and back muscles.

In addition to sitting behavior Office syndrome also has other factors. That can cause diseases such as  stress from work, not enough rest. And not eating on time, etc.

What kind of pain is called office syndrome?

For office syndrome Pain often comes with similar symptoms. Because the cause of the disease is caused by sitting in the wrong position Which is related to the behavior of sitting and working of related organs such as back and neck pain Caused by the hunchback and neck. Until causing neck and back pain, etc.

The initial symptoms of office syndrome can be categorized as follows

• Chronic back pain for a long time

• Tense muscles from the neck to the shoulders

• Locking fingers are not easy to move. Spreading a finger and causing pain

• Pain and lightheadedness

• Frequent pain in the eye socket are

• Numbness around the shoulder and arm

From the initial symptoms, office syndrome can be divided into 3 groups as follows:

Muscle pain group

Muscular pain usually occurs in the muscles in the area of ​​work such as the neck, shoulder, and shoulder blades, ranging from fatigue to severe to severe.

Compressed nervous system

The symptoms of a compressed nervous system include: Muscle weakness Numbness in the arms and hands.

Autonomic nervous system group

Symptoms related to the autonomic nervous system are symptoms associated with other types of symptoms, such as numbness, tingling, goosebumps, sweating, which are manifested in areas of pain such as back, neck, shoulders, etc.

Symptoms of Office Syndrome

As mentioned above that Office Syndrome is a disease involving multiple organs. Therefore, observing the symptoms can be performed by checking that all pain is occurring in multiple Organs at the same time or not, such as neck to shoulder muscle stiffness.  With numbness around the shoulder to arm Or some people may not have back pain, shoulder pain But finger pain and eye socket pain, etc., because Office Syndrome is a disease that affects many organs. Pieces at the same time.

 Therefore, abnormal symptoms should be observed in all aspects. Because the symptoms of office syndrome are not limited to back pain alone. But there are other symptoms Indicating that you are suffering from office syndrome as well.

Danger from office syndrome

Although the pain of office syndrome is tolerable. But if left for a long time Such symptoms may develop into a serious disease. Examples of diseases that are often accompanied by office syndrome are roughly as follows.

• Herniated disc
• Scoliosis
• Weak limbs, if severe, can cause muscle contractions.
• High blood pressure
• High blood fat