From doing some research, i found the following seem to help:

1. Always sit up and stand up straight. (Never slouch!)
2. Do not do dips if exercising
3. Sleep on your back with a thin pillow
4. Avoid stretching your back to crack it if possible
5. If sitting in from of a computer, make sure you get up every 1/2 hour and move around.

It worked for me so I hope it will help you as well.

Posted By Term on January 03, 2005 at 18:11:01:

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