The difference between good posture and bad posture

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1) Lumbar Lordosis 2) Thoracic Kyphosis or Hunched back 3) Sway Back 4) Forward Head


BAD POSTURE When our spine is positioned in an unnatural alignment, the curves are exaggerated, which can be due to tight or weak muscles, resulting in bad posture. Uncorrected posture, overtime can lead to chronic pains.

GOOD POSTURE A good posture is when you hold your body upright where the least strain is placed on supporting muscles and ligaments during movement. It is extremely important to have a good posture! When you have proper posture, it improves bodily alignment, eliminates back and neck pain, improves circulation, improves digestion, improves breathing, makes you look taller, and also makes you look and feel confident.

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