Straight Facts About Good Posture
How often do you actually pay attention to your posture? For many, it never even crosses our minds until we notice something is wrong. Our posture controls all our bodies' movements from sitting, standing, to laying down. As our posture begins to worsen, pain can increase affecting our everyday life. According to the American Chiropractor Association (ACA), back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Having good posture can prevent backache and muscle pain, along with fatigue. All it takes is 20 minutes of sitting before bad posture begins to deform our ligaments and cause our muscles to fatigue.
A great solution for bad posture is to take breaks. By adding variation and switching up your tasks, it allows you more opportunities to move and change your posture. But, what does good posture look like?