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tips choosing a backpack for your safety
Tips: Choosing A Backpack Travel would be nice if wearing the bag and backpack is comfortable to us. But, if you may not comfortable to wearing a bag or backpack, it can be will make your trip was so tormented and ill. In order to keep your trip fun, there are special tips for choosing a bag that best for to wearing on your body. 1. Customize the shape of the body, especially your back. The expensive bags does not mean fit with your body. Try wearing a bag before you buy at the store. Adjust the setting to fit your body. 2. Easy to use. Backpacks should be easy to use. Each bag and the bag space should be easily accessible by hand under any circumstances. 3. Check the bag material. Customize your needs. Do you need a waterproof material or not, all is up to you. 4. Choosing the appropriate form and color. Every person has different tastes, especially for color. Usually for bags specifically made to meet the outdoor activity will be created with bright colors. This serves as a marker. 5. Some bags were created with specific functions, such as where there is space to store water, there is also a special room to put the laptop inside etc. http://tipsnreviewbakpack.blogspot.com/2010/05/tips-choosing-backpack.html Backpack Safing Your Children According to some studies, the use of incorrect backpack can cause back pain. In addition to injury during exercise, the wrong sitting posture, and lack of activity, the use of backpacks with loads exceeding 15% of the child's weight can cause back pain. But you do not need to worry because the backpack can still be used by your child throughout their use in accordance with the recommendations. Benefit Backpack Backpack bag is actually a kind of prac tical if used correctly. Many types of backpacks that have a number of bags that can help children to organize their luggage items other than books. Compared with the type of tote bag or purse with a strap or sling, backpack type of bag is better because the load in a backpack was detained by the strongest muscles in the body, the muscles of the back and abdomen. Therefore, the load will be distributed equally to the whole body of the child so to minimize the risk of injury to the shoulder or neck. Any problem which can be caused Backpack? Human spine is composed of 33 of the spine, and among the bones of the back there is a disc that works as natural shock absorbers. When the load is supported by the backs are too big for the contents of a backpack is too heavy, the back of the child will be pulled back so that the child will tend to bend the head and body to the front to hold the weight of their backpacks. This will cause the muscles of the neck and back stiffened thereby increasing the risk of fatigue and injury. When this occurs continuously over time so the child will suffer from shoulder pain, neck, and back. Most doctors and physical therapists recommend that children do not carry any type of load using a bag that weighs more than 10% to 15% by weight of the child. So it is with the use of a backpack that is not true. Carrying a backpack with only one shoulder will cause the child's body leaning to one side to hold the load backpack on the other hand on her shoulder. As a result, children will experience the upper and lower back pain and fatigue in the shoulder and neck. In addition, the strap or sling bag that is too thin and small will reduce perderan shoulders can interfere with blood and nervous system so that children may experience fatigue and tingling in his arms and hands. Children of women have a greater risk for injury because their body size is smaller. It has also been proved by a study in which girls had experienced back pain more often than boys. Watch your children, if he has difficulty when lifting or lowering their backpacks, if he complained about back pain, whether he looks bent when shouldering her backpack, or if she complained about tingling, or fatigue on the hands or feet. With receipts Backpack Safety Familiarize your child to use a backpack properly. But first check carefully your backpack will buy for your child. Backpack safety, among others, the following criteria: -Having two sash with wide and comfortable cushion for the shoulder. -Having fastener at the waist or chest to spread the load evenly throughout the body. -Having a lot of bags so that the load is not concentrated in one spot. Width does not exceed the width of the child's body. Type bag than using one single sling on the shoulder or chest which has only one sash is less effective in spreading the burden of the bag when compared with a backpack type that have the two-strap or sling. The main key to prevent injury is to limit the burden that may be brought by the child. Most doctors recommend that children do not carry heavy bags with a weight exceeding 15% of any type of bag. Make sure your child does not bring unnecessary items that can add to the burden such as a toy bag. Teach your child to arrange the items in the bag so that children can effectively take advantage of her bag. Goods more weight should be placed close to the body. Injuries also can be avoided by lifting the bag properly. Tell the children to pick up her purse with her knees bent or squatting and then picked up her purse with both hands as he stood not by bending and then straightened up. http://tipsnreviewbakpack.blogspot.com/2010/05/backpack-safing-your-children.html
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