The Commuter's Dilemma

 The Deluxe Back

The Deluxe Back

Regardless of whether we are professional drivers or are errand-drivers, the standard seats in many cars compromise our body. If we are feeling fatigued or have pain after commuting, it's usually because of the shape of the car seat we're in. But it doesn't have to be that way. Here's how to build an ergonomic car set to ease discomfort and lessen fatigue.

1. Consider your head space and height. 

2. Lumbar support?

3. Hit the road!

Do you commute frequently and need more information on how to take care of your body? Take the Commuter Self-Care Tutorial with Judith Aston.