I'm in the nursing field which may be the cause of my overt awareness of illnesses but with my knowledge of mental illness I know I'm not a hypochondriac. I think it's important to take your health as a point of interest. Investigate, learn and share! That is the key
[More] to helping yourself and others! I have gone though a slough of illnesses ranging from minor and common to serious and uncommon. One thing I can say about myself is that persevering is difficult but I always manage to do it! =)
I'm, having the same problems with the focusing and head tightness problem, but I notice it only happens when I "think about it". Like I could be OK for a couple of minutes then hours, but once I think about it, its back. All my symptoms are VERY similar to what yours were, especially the wondering eyes (it can be very annoying, my eyes just wont focus) Even having conversations with people sometimes can be difficult. I was just wondering what other kind of advice you could lend to me about battling a disease that really "doesn't exist" Thanks
I had a look at the website given. I was aware before about the studies saying that the 135 degree angle is good for the back. What was good about this site was that it had a picture. I guess sitting with a slight angle over 90 degrees is better than sitting upright with some lumbar support. I still tilt to one side after a while which pulls on shoulders and neck unnecessarily. But I am improving as I making small corrections daily. With my jaw I am just doing some jaw opening exercises to train my mouth to open in the center - helps bit by bit.
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I read your post on the head pressure topic with great interest . I have similar tension and it is coming from shortened muscles of the shoulder, jaw and trapezius and is especially bad during sitting . If you don't mind what kind of jaw stretches did you do. With the go going limp and lay back, causes me to overstretch my arms so what exactly is your sitting posture.
Hope you can help.
Thanks and have a good day Jojo
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