Catherine Dunlap Backpack September 02nd, 2019 - 12:43:29
When choosing a pack, choose one with a waist belt; it may not look as stylish but it will help in distributing the weight of the pack evenly across your child's back. If you start your child with a waist belt early when they're carrying a backpack it will become more of a habit for the child. Once it is established as a habit they will continue to use it and are less likely to have problems. Once they reach their teens this simple device will provide much less back and shoulder stress.
There are a variety of laptop backpacks available in the market. Most laptop backpacks have padded compartments, along with organizer and accessory pockets to store other valuable things needed in work or in school. Before purchasing a bag, it is important to measure the 3-way dimensions of your laptop in its closed position, and compare it to the available laptop compartment dimensions of the backpack you are eying to buy. Other considerations in purchasing a bag include the functionality of the bag, the durability, the personality of the owner and the comfort in carrying the bag.
Lastly, the comfort of carrying the backpack should be the main concern in buying a laptop backpack. There are a lot of chic, durable and multi-functional laptop backpacks in the market but there are only a few which considers the comfort of the carrier. Among the few that I found in the net is the Lincoln Park bag by Mc Klein. The bag is made from Full Grain Napa Cashmere Leather and has an advanced, non-slip, shock absorbing neoprene Comfort Flex shoulder strap which stretches for comfort, and alleviates body strain. Another bag made for comfort is the High Sierra Swerve Laptop Backpack. The bag is great for professionals and students alike. It has lots of pockets and has a VAPEL mesh padded back panel and S-shaped Vapel mesh Airflow padded shoulder straps to add to carrying comfort.
\"It is estimated that at least half of all student backpacks are too heavy for children to be carrying,\" the group's vice president Brett Wartenberg said. \"As a result, doctors and chiropractors are seeing more children than ever complaining of back pain, which can have long-term health implications.\"
It is very important that you buy a backpack that fits you well. There is nothing more frustrating then being on an outdoor trip and having back pain or a sore shoulder because your backpack isn't the right size or adjusted to your body. So it's better to look for an outdoor backpack that has adjustable straps that you can adjust to your length and body measurements. Look for the backpacks that have a waist band. The waist band will take the weight of your back and let you carry it on your hips. Make sure you adjust the waist band tightly around your hips and after that adjust your shoulder straps. Again, a correctly adjusted outdoor backpack can save you a lot of back pain.
The human spine is made up of 33 bones called vertebrae, and between the vertebrae are discs that act as shock absorbers. When something heavy-such as a backpack filled with books-is incorrectly placed on your child's shoulders, the force of that extra weight can pull your child backwards. To compensate, your child may bend forward at the hips or arch his or her back, which can cause your child's spine to compress unnaturally. Because of the heavy weight he or she is carrying, your child might begin to develop shoulder, neck, and back pain.