Then you drive home and plop yourself on the couch all night.
If that sounds like you, your health may be at risk.
"A higher risk for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, being obese," said Debbie Proctor, a cardiac rehab clinical exercise physiologist.
"You get neck pain, you can get disc injuries, it contributes a lot to headaches, headaches are a big one that we see," said Travis Davis, chiropractor. "And then it also causes an imbalance in the muscles, so it contributes to continuing head posture."
These side effects can be pretty daunting, but they're not from some scary carcinogen or some unknown substance.
They can be caused by something you see every day: your office chair.
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