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Why keeping a straight posture is important for your health

by Arya Mullen 

Straight posture can give you great health for sure. It is very important to maintain the right posture every time, no matter what you do, sitting, standing, walking or sleeping. Maintaining good posture can keep you energetic all day long and help fight unnecessary stress. Without good posture, it is never possible to maintain overall fitness of the body. However, in spite of so many benefits that straight posture comes with, often this aspect is overlooked even by the fitness experts. At present, people have become much more conscious about their health and understand the value of maintaining right posture. Having good posture means your bones will be properly aligned and so will your muscles. If the vital organs of your body remain in proper shape, as it is intended to, you will be devoid of pains and aches.

Without straight posture, you will never be able to get perfectly fit. The effects of poor posture are often long term which happens to affect body functions such as breathing, digestion, movement of the ligaments and joints and many more issues. An individual with poor posture will easily get fatigued and tired. Regardless of the kind of job you do, you must maintain the right posture wherever you go. There are many instances such as leaning over the desk while working or keeping the shoulders slouched while walking can be the reason enough to develop poor posture. 

Poor posture can also develop due to accidents or falls. Posture related problems are growing increasingly. Medical experts have also pointed out that being overweight is one of the major reasons why people easily develop bad posture. You will hardly find person who sits straight or is conscious about maintaining straight posture. Now, the point comes, how will you understand that you are facing poor posture problems? You will soon begin to experience fatigue and tiredness if your posture is going wrong. Again, soar muscles and pain in neck muscles can be the result of posture problems.

It is of primary importance to sit, sleep, stand and walk in correct positions if you wish to avoid unnecessary stress in your body. If straight posture is maintained in every case, you can easily eliminate the risks of misaligned joint pain. While bad posture results in abnormal muscle strain, good posture can help you brim with health. Spine problems are majorly noticed among people who have maintained a bad posture for a prolonged period of time. An unhealthy spine can lead to several health problems as it has a connection to the brain and the spinal cord controls the central nervous system of the human body. Medical research is in favor of saying that brain functions are generated by spine motion.

The tendency to slouch often leads to the habit of developing poor posture. Again, as you develop bad posture, the loss of the natural curve of the body gets lost. Having the natural curve ensures proper support to your head against the laws of gravity. Regular exercise and conscious efforts to rectify the poor posture is all that you need to get back in right shape. Health and fitness experts often prescribe Pilates to the patients suffering from posture problems. There are different kinds of Yoga as well, regular practice of which leads to rectified posture. If you are not sure about which yoga or exercise regime to follow, you can get in touch with the professional fitness experts for a proper consultation. You can also search for the right materials on posture correction over the internet to know more about it.

Bio:   Arya Mullen is the chief editor of Imperial Reviews bringing you the latest expert reviews and top ratings.

*Please note this is a guest post submitted by Arya Mullen of Imperial Reviews.  365 Days of Health and Fitness will not be held legally responsible for the suggestions written herewith.  Please consult a licensed physician in conjunction with any decisions you may make due to your health or well being.  Thank you for visiting. ~ Dana 


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