A new poll conducted by the British self-care campaign Mind Your Back has discovered a new phenomenon among young adults: Work From Home back. The survey of 1,000 adults across the United Kingdom aimed to see how the COVID-19 pandemic changed daily habits and found a rising number — two-thirds — of Brits aged 18 to 29 experienced back pain they didn’t have prior to the pandemic. A majority of the respondents (63.7%) admitted they have newfound back issues since working from home. Thirty-two percent of respondents felt the most aches in their lower back, which is often caused by bad posture. Back pain inevitably causes discomfort, and some said their pain was so bad they couldn’t even sleep (24.3%). About a fifth said they couldn’t exercise anymore, 8.3% confessed it stopped them from working and 6.3% said their aches prevented them from participating in their usual hobbies.