How do you know when joint pain is a sign of something potentially more serious? See your doctor if your joints are red, swollen, stiff, painful, or warm to the touch. Make an appointment with your physician if joint pain or other symptoms make it difficult to carry out daily activities.

Lifestyle changes

● Sit upright with proper back support and leg rest on floor

● Wearing Comfortable sport shoes while walking


  •  Hunching forward while washing dishing, weeding
  • Lifting heavy objects off the floor by bending over rather than bending your knees
  • Lying on your belly while working on a laptop or reading
  • Sitting on a bed, unsupported while working, reading, or texting
  • Slouching or sitting slumped on your office chair or couch.
  • Crossing/Folding legs and sitting on ground level.

Resulting Effects on Joints

  • Wearing out your muscles, vertebral discs, ligaments, and making sprains, strains, and herniations more likely, especially if you lift a heavy object improperly
  • the cartilage within a joint begins to break down and the underlying bone begins to change.
  • Muscle tension caused by poor posture can also cause lower back pain, as the muscles fatigue and become stiff. Long term postural change.
  • Might results into osteoarthritis/ intervertebral disc herniation etc or aggravation of the same