Posture

Posture habits and its effect on everyday basic comforts and mobility is very specific and often most debilitating for any age group. The elderly must appreciate that there has been a natural annual loss of muscle over many decades.

Teens must understand that physical changes will place strains on many of the body's systems. All the more reason to form good postural habits at an early age to ensure life-long benefits. Many functions are being adversely affected by poor posture. Only a postural change will alleviate the discomfort.

We cover posture and some of its directly related issues such as fat loss and daily water consumption (so important for your muscular, respiratory and digestive systems and joints) and fat loss. Research has shown that no therapist or doctor can make the changes for you. They can advise. You are the only one that can affect the changes, allowing yourself to gain and be in control of your body.

Some of our relevant articles include:

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Good Posture for Pain-Free Hands

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The Dangers in Prolonged periods of Sitting and Lack of Whole Body Muscular Movement

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The Human Body Posture Specifically for the Elderly

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Understanding all about the Benefits of Good Posture for Teens