Poor posture develops over time due to many factors, such as lifestyle (time spent on mobile devices), work environment (bad work ergonomics), injury (back pain may cause a habitual change in how you carry your body) and weight gain or loss.
As we age and as poor postural habits develop, it can cause many physical problems. Here are the top reasons to improve your posture.
Less muscle tension
Improved nervous system functioning
Decreased wear and tear on joints
Improved digestive function
Appear more confident
Consider that it takes more effort to have poor posture. Over time this can cause achy joints, sore muscles and fatigue. Outwardly you may display symptoms such as;
Improve your posture, improve your health and your overall enjoyment of life! If you would like a postural assessment, please call our office to arrange for your appointment: 519-258-8544