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Why Good Posture Important:
Great Posture includes preparing our body to stand, walk, sit and lie in positions where the slightest strain is set on working muscles and tendons during movements or weight bearing activities.
Posture: Position in which you hold your position upright against gravity while sitting, standing or Lying is called Posture. Why it is essential prepare your body to stand, walk and lie with the goal that you put less strain on your body? Give me a chance to give you an illustration, Think about holding your finger and bowing it in reverse and holding it for 2-5 min, it will hurt you right on the grounds that your finger position is in most extreme strain. Similar way When you hold bad posture you put maximam
Most common bad posture is when you catch yourself in question mark positon while sitting. In this posture your spine always screams what the hell you doing it to me. Because your spine is in maximum strain position.
Consequences of Bad posture
Bad Posture can lead to excessive strain on your muscles and may even cause them to be weaker, when held in certain positions for long periods of time. For example, people who work on desk in question mark posture are more prone to upper back, neck pain.
There are various factors which contributes to poor posture- most commonly, stress, obesity, pregnancy, weak postural muscles, poor work environment, incorrect working posture and unhealthy sitting, standing and lying habits.
This article provides illustration and instruction for correct sitting, Standing, sleeping posture, lifting, and driving Posture.
So what now?
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