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What Are Magnetic Posture Correctors?

Let’s face it times have changed, and today more than ever, we find ourselves hours on end hunched over our computers or on our phones messaging friends or going through social media. At the end of the day when you get home, you suffer from serious pains in your neck, lower back, and shoulders. Your posture could use some work if you are to maintain a good posture. Slouching, walking, or sitting with bad posture or body demeanor is more than just a bad habit acquired over time. It’s damaging to your quality of living. Having a poor body posture negatively affects your overall health, and your body suffers as a result. Good posture is essential when it comes to a healthy body and mind. It goes a long way in improving your concentration, confidence as well as enhancing your spinal health. Improving your overall posture by including a healthy…

The Ruthless Truth About How Bad Your Sedentary Lifestyle Really Is – Part 2

As discussed in part 1 how bad your sedentary lifestyle really is we are going to learn more about the same in this article. It would be very confusing for the stone age man if they would reappear today. They would be perplexed by the modern human relationship and specifically our relationship with physical exertion. After about six million years of hunting and gathering, human beings are now sheltering in warm rooms, slouching in comfy seats and counteracting the tiresome effects of the earth gravitas effect while staring at glowing screens. Controversially, a proportion of the same humans will spend some of their free time jogging outside for no apparent reason or stranger still; they will pay some amount to an institution to pass their time carrying weights and heavy objects until they are sore, red and sweaty. How would we explain this particularly odd behavior to our stone age…

What Are Posture Shirts and How Are They Made?

Humans have always been creatures of motion, and it’s not until the modern age that humans began spending a majority of their time behind the wheel of a vehicle, office desk or on the couch. Human posture, whether good or bad, it the direct result of our lifestyle. Our bodies are designed to mold into the positions that we frequent the most. Therefore, excessive sitting will result in having tight chest muscles, that causes the shoulders to rotate forward internally while the rarely utilized upper back muscles weaken in effect. Posture also has a direct effect on how we look, perform and feel. Poor posture is the leading cause of both neck and back pain. It’s estimated that 80% of people would suffer from back pain in their lifetime and 50% from neck pain. Bad posture is discovered to be one of the main risk factor and the leading cause…

Does Posture affect your learning/confidence/ mood?

Are you slouching towards the floor or hunched over your screen like a rough being? You’ve heard that sitting too much can kill you right? Well, great posture can have a profound effect on who you are. Lack of movement has the capability of translating into a host of health complications including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and even cancer. What’s worse, spending too much time hunched over your computer has significant consequences on your mental well-being. Scientists at top level institutions like Columbia and Harvard universities have been studying the link between the brain a bad posture for years. And according to recent studies, an improvement in posture can greatly improve an individual’s mood. A research study carried out on students at Columbia State University discovered that students who were told to sit up straight are more likely to believe the thoughts they wrote down while in that posture in regards…

The Ruthless Truth About How Bad Your Sedentary Lifestyle Really Is – Part 1

Today, more and more people are concerned about their health. We go for regular checkups, we work out more frequently, and we watch what we eat. What you might not know is that sitting down for long hours at your office desk poses the same risk as smoking. As outrageous as it may seem, sitting down has been branded as the new smoking, and long-distance drivers and office workers are most at risk. A typical American is sedentary 21 hours a day. Inclusive of physical activity and exercise, most people in the US spend about 3 hours of the day simply standing. The sitting disease, which is a condition of increased sedentary behavior, has been associated with adverse health effects. This phenomenon can be defined by two things: the position you are generally in, and the amount of energy expenditure that your body is experiencing. In short, if you stand…

How to Fix a Hunchback Neck – The Easiest Way

Is your life a pain in the neck? For many the answer is yes – literally. In today’s mobile environment we are constantly hunched over carrying heavy bags or looking at screens. These factors are causing many people to suffer from back, neck and shoulder pain because of the way we live, move and work. The reason is simple – poor posture. There are several factors that contribute to this problem including carrying very heavy bags, spending hours typing on laptops or standard keyboards, constant holding of and focusing on a cell phone and poorly-designed chairs, beds and other furniture at work and home. But you don’t have to suffer in silence. Here are several things you can do to reduce and, in many cases, eliminate this pain. Fix Hunchback Neck – At Work Standard keyboards, monitors set too low for proper viewing and poorly-designed office chairs all contribute to…

How to improve your child’s posture

Your child spends countless hours sitting, ridding to and from school, doing homework, playing games, and texting on their phones. As a parent, your job is to ensure that your child develops healthy habits, and often, it seems the only way to accomplish these habits is to nag them. Nagging them always never ends well. Children are terrible slouchers, and it’s very easy to identify the symptoms. Shoulders down, back hunched and stomach out. There isn’t a perfect time for your children to learn good habits like now. In fact, the sooner they learn, the better. It doesn’t matter if your children have medical conditions or not; they can still benefit from posture exercises for children. How can you improve your child’s posture? Posture development Children experience rapid growth and an increase in postural responses during their first four years of life. This progress regresses until adult reflexes develop at…

How to improve posture while driving

Do you drive? In this time and age, you probably do. Many of us spend a decent amount of the day commuting to and from work. And according to statistics, the average one-way commute is about 30 minutes in North America, that’s a full hour of your day spent driving. You might not know this, but its enough time to develop poor movement habits and posture. In this article, you will learn how you can improve posture while driving. Keep reading to find out more about improving your body posture while driving and why it is important. What is the posture? Posture is how you hold your body. There are two types of posture. Dynamic posture is how you hold your self as you run, walk or bend over to pick something. Static posture, on the other hand, is how you hold yourself when you are sleeping, seated or standing. Its…

Quit Slouching-How To Fix Bad Posture

HOW SLOUCHING HURTS YOUR BODY Slouching is described with your hold your shoulders and upper back in a rounded position. It can often lead to pain in your back, neck, and shoulders. In addition to pain and tension in the shoulders,  chronic bad posture can also lead to headaches. Other symptoms include gastrointestinal reflux, fatigue and the inability to breathe deeply. CHECK YOURSELF OUT IN THE MIRROR Look at your palms in the mirror.  Good posture will show them facing your thighs with the thumbs pointing ahead. “But if your palms face backward, you’re probably slouching.”  If you pull your head back and your shoulders down and back. If you are standing correctly, it will feel as if you’re sticking out your chest. This is what good posture should look like.

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