You could try a therapy pool. Walking in the warm swirling water strengthens the knees without putting a lot of strain on them and is generally not painful.
Great question. Because you were probably standing up or walking before sitting, your buttocks are cooler than a person's buttocks while sitting. So their buttocks, and yours too, warm up along with the seat. One could do an experiment to confirm this.
This would be a very individual thing, depending on where you were and what you were praying. In Church, if you are praying the Offices with religious, you would be in Choir and sitting, standing, or kneeling, as everybody else was. The same in a Church when at Mass. At private devotions, you could be kneeling, standing, sitting, or prostrate on the floor; praying out loud, or reading silently. You might be holding a rosary if you are praying the rosary devotion, or walking between the Stations, if you are praying the Stations.
You could probably work in a office or any job that doesn't require standing or walking
In general, being more active means you burn more calories. Standing, as opposed to sitting, could potentially help you lose weight.
Among many other things, it keeps you from walking into closed doors (which could be a very painful event).
I don't believe so! I think you have to be 14 + to get an actual job. You could try dog sitting/walking & babysitting.
When walking or putting pressure on your feet is painful, it could be a sign of several issues. You may have a damaged or inflamed tendon, (tendonitis). Another issue could be a fractured bone in your foot.
I would think you could do it either ways, for you can do it on a skateboard standing up, or on a wheelchair sitting down. If you can't do it on a wheelchair then only standing up. But you never know Peace to whoever is reading this answer!!
Baby-sitting, lawn-care, pet walking or you could always have a bake sale or yard sale
It depends. If you're describing someone who is actually standing on a step or walking up or down the stairs, you would say "on the stairs". If a person were standing in front of the stairs, you could say "at the stairs" or "at the staircase".
Yes, it could be a problem with the spine and you should see a doctor.
If you are sitting, you could probably sit up straight, shoulders square to each other, and smile. If you are standing, don't fidget and don't slouch.
Yes you could shop for the disabled or do dog walking and pet sitting.
You could try washing cars, baby sitting, dog walking or cleaning peoples gardens. You could even ask your parents if you could help out at their job for a few days a week.
it could be anything that is painful from verbal, social or physical
If the behavior concerns you it should be evaluated by a medical professional. There could be several underlying causes.
this is a result of not enough blood flowing towards that body part. this could be a result of not sitting comfortably or standing is one position for too long
Yes there's heaps of ways like you might be doing a school project and you'd be standing across or next to her. You could just be sitting next to them. You could be talking to her. (ect...)
Maintaining good posture while sitting and standing is important because your spine supports your rib-cage and skull. If you have a bad posture this could create many heart and lung problems caused by your rib's shape. If you do not maintain good posture this could affect the muscles at the back of your neck. Did you know that your head weighs about the size of a bowling ball? So if you keep your head down, your straining your back muscles
well,, sitting the right way would be a way... Standing the correct way... and to have regular consultations could be possible ways... What you want to do is stand up and push your chest out a little so your back is straight then push your shoulders up, then roll them back, that's practice standing, walking and sitting like that as much as possible. pretty soon it'll come natural and feel natural, at the beginning it will feel a little weird cause your back is not strong anymore to keep the right posture so it may hurt for like the first week. but that's how you do it :-)
There are very few jobs available but your child could do the following : paperboy/girl , lawn work for neighbors even baby sitting and dog walking.
Depends on what you're doing. A reasonably fit person sitting could easily have that. If you're up walking around it should be higher.
bladder infections can become very painful and could be even deadly if not treated.
People watching Shakespeare's plays would either be sitting or standing. If the people had extra money they could pay for the privilege of sitting during the play. The poorer people would have to stand in the theater pit to watch the play but there tickets were much cheaper.