Having a good posture is very important for any person. It not only boosts body image and makes a person look better,but also it helps in lowering the risk of injury. It minimizes load on your muscles, and enables your body to move more freely and efficiently. If posture is out of balance, then the spine will be out of balance which then put sun healthy pressure upon nervous system.
Poor posture can lead to:
- cuff injuries
- back pain
- breathing difficulties
- lack of confidence and many other common ailments
So, it is important to fix your posture which will help in long-term. The world is moving at a very fast pace today and people have a tendency to ignore their health. It is often seen that people develop a habit of slouching in a chair during working hours, even though slouching doesn’t always cause discomfort, but over time it can place a strain on already sensitized muscles and soft tissues which increase tension in the muscles leading to pain. Therefore, it is important to get into the habit of sitting correctly. It may not feel comfortable initially because your muscles have not been conditioned to support you in the correct position. In order to maintain a good body posture, it is necessary to exercise to strengthen core and buttock muscles, and back extensions, which will help correct a slouching posture.
Working with a hunched posture over key boar dis a sign that you have a tight chest and a weak upper back and over time this type of posture can contribute to developing a rounded upper back, which causes shoulder and upper back stiffness. When hunching over a computer, your head may tend to lean forward, which can lead to poor posture and similar is the case with mobile use which can cause problems. In order to avoid these issues, it is important to do strengthening exercises for upper back, neck and rear shoulder, chest stretches and neck posture drills are also recommended to help correct a hunched back.
Next time when you stand in front of the mirror, let your arms hang naturally by your sides, and if your knuckles face forward, it is the indication that you have a tight chest and a weak upper back, giving the appearance of rounded shoulders. Rounded shoulders are typically caused by poor posture habits, muscle imbalances. Focusing too much on certain exercises like much focus on chest strength while neglecting the upper back also adds to causing rounded shoulders. It is therefore important to exercise to strengthen your core, upper back and chest muscles altogether. Posture really makes a lot of difference, as it shows up one's body language and confidence level and also it will help you live happily with no complaints with the bones.