Get your phones up and only work on laptops when completely necessary. Looking at our devices below eye level will force your posture into flexion causing increased compression on the discs of our spine.
Use more ergonomic aids which correct poor posture. Purchase pull out keyboard trays, monitors, keyboard/mouse combos, lumbar supports and chairs that are made to help maintain correct alignment of your spine.
Drink half your body weight in ounces of water, eat more foods with antioxidants, decrease amount of inflammatory foods and limit amount of diuretics like alcohol and coffee.
Get 30-60 minutes of activity that is light on your joints but requires the use of your core and mid-range flexion and extension of your spine. Our discs require movement to help stimulate blood flow and lymphatic drainage to the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the spine.
Sleep on your back with a pillow under your knees or on your side with a pillow between your knees. Sleeping on your stomach will lead to instability, sprains/strains, and muscle imbalances.