Ellis: 6 Benefits Of Good Posture

Newsletter Health &Wellness Tired Of Waking Up With Nagging Pain? 6 BENEFITS OF GOOD POSTURE

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Maintaining good posture can have a dramatic improvement on your back or neck pain, health, energy and the way you look and feel. Some of the perks of good posture include: 1. Constant exercise for your back and abdominals. Holding good posture takes effort and makes you use the muscles in your back and abdomen properly. 2. It greatly improves your breathing. Good posture makes room for your lungs to function at their best – rather than being compressed when you hold your body in a slouch. Good lung function has a healthy impact on all aspects of your body’s functions and helps to reduce pain. 3. It protects your organs, bones, joints and muscles. Holding correct posture reduces unnecessary strain andpressureon thesebodyparts.Mostneckandback problems develop from poor posture over time . 4. It prevents arthritis. With poor posture, unnatural

pressure is placed on your joints, leading to wear and tear. This in turn can lead to arthritis. Good posture gives your joints the chance to function at their best. 5. Ithelpsyouuseyourmusclesmoreefficiently. With yourbonesand joints incorrectalignment,youare likely to feelmoreenergeticsinceyourbodywill require less energy to move about. 6. It can have a dramatic impact on the way you feel. When you hold yourself in good posture, rather than a slumped one, you send signals to your brain that makes you feel happier and more confident. It also changes the way that people see you – you’ll appear more confident and assertive. Makingsimplechanges inyourdailyhabitscan improve your posture and reduce your pain. Postural restoration atEllisPThelps thebody recruit therightmuscles for the task at hand, improving pain prior to restoring function. Our experts have years of training in reducing back and neck pain associated from poor posture.

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