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Reasons to Work on Proper Postures -For your Self Improvement
October 5, 2011
8:25 pm
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edlund123
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As it turns out, you will realize that there are some reasons to work on better posture. Poor posture is

a culprit in the health issues.

  1. It looks bad-It is unattractive making us appear to be tired, dis-interested

    and lacking in confidence.
     

  2. It can cause fatigue-the reason of poor posture is muscular imbalance and

    weakness. An instance, if our heads are jutted forward the muscles in our
     

    necks and upper backs have to work much harder. It creates stretch

    weakness that results in fatigue, muscle tension, headaches, neck pain and

    back pain.

  3. It cause pain-Pain from posture can be significant and even result in

    disability. Thus chronic postural stress can also cause joint pain and
     

    pinched nerves.

  4. Prone to injury- Chronic postural stress causes pain/strain injuries that can

    make ordinary house chores much more likely to result injuries.
     

Remember "If not for the negative health effects, work on your posture for the sake of vanity"

I am Dr. Edlund working hand in hand with established and reputable medical

doctors.  I am your newbie doctor here happy in fulfilling my purpose which is to help as many people as possible toobtain and maintain an optimum level of health and well-being. 

October 11, 2011
12:58 am
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edlund23,

 

Poor posture can really lead to any health issues like bone and muscle pains especially if your job is sedentary. Make sure to make yourself aware of the proper ergonomic postures to avoid any health problems. Thanks for this very informative  post.

 

Keep it up!

July 12, 2012
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Many people in the workforce sit all day. This is very bad for your posture and overall health. On average, people who sit more than 6 hours a day live 1.5 years less than those who don't according to a recent study. Even if you do have a desk job, sitting on a medicine ball or getting up and walking around occasionally will help with your energy and posture.

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