5 poses to relieve fatigue behind the wheel

  • 5 poses to relieve fatigue behind the wheel

  • When driving long distances

    - May cause fatigue is another problem that must be encountered Should know how to relax, if left unattended, there will be a risk of accidents Drivers should start to maintain good health while driving. Since adjusting the sitting correctly by moving the seat to a level suitable for themselves The back rests just right. Do not sit too far or too close to the steering wheel. because it will make the back curve Can't lean on the backrest or lean, but when driving, the arms and knees must be stretched a lot, the driving posture is not correct. May cause back pain for a long time. and not properly protected risk of permanent back pain

    Drivers should exercise their body with 5 simple postures as follows:

    (Position 1)stretching posture to relax the muscles of the forearm supine The palm of your left hand pulls toward you. Feel the tension. Hold. 10 – 30 seconds, then do the other side.

    (Position 2) : Stretching the muscles under the upper arm. Start by raising your right arm with your elbow parallel to the floor. perpendicular to the body Use your left hand to hold the white elbow. Then exert a push back and hold it, count from 1 to 5, then switch sides. Repeat 5 times, lifting your shoulder blades up and down.

    (Position 3) : Shoulder stretching posture, can be done by sitting and stretching and squeezing out. Lift up to the ear, hold, count 1 – 2, then lower, repeat 5 times.

    (Position 4)Twisting posture. Sit straight up. Handle on the edge of the cushion The left hand is inserted under the white leg, twisting and holding fast, counting. 1 –  5 once, switch sides times continuously.

    (Position 5) : Foot Exercise Sit with your legs stretched out in front. Raise your feet to float off the ground. Extend your toes as far as possible. Then bend the toe up - down, do 5 times, then switch the left - white to help relieve the pain.



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