Good Posture vs. Bad Posture

Are you one of the millions of people who slouch on a daily basis? If you have bad posture, you’ve likely experienced back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and tension headaches.  Bad posture results in many unwelcome side effects. Good posture on the other hand provides benefits such as better health, attitude, increased energy, productivity and reduced stress.

Bad Posture vs Good Posture

Bad Posture
• Bad posture often causes back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and tension headaches
• Bad posture is increasingly more common as we’re slouching over smartphones, , tablets and computers
• Bad posture makes you more sluggish and self conscious
• Bad posture makes you look more tired, unhealthy, unattractive and heavier
• Bad posture portrays to others that you are bored, self conscious or nervous

Good Posture
• Good posture engages your core and opens up your diaphragm to help you breath better
• Good posture aids in digestion
• Good posture improves blood circulation
• Good posture will give you more energy, make you more productive and reduces stress
• Good posture keeps your bones and joints in alignment
• Good posture reduces fatigue because your muscles are being used more efficiently
• Good posture helps to prevent muscle tension and muscle aches
• Good posture promotes a healthy metabolism
• Good posture portrays to others that you are confident and approachable
• Good posture can make you more attractive, happy, energetic and can make you look younger

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