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Corrective Postures; How to Sit, Sleep & Drive Properly

Corrective Postures

Poor posture can contribute to a number of health related issues such as headaches, back and neck pain, shoulder pain/impingement syndrome, knee and foot pain, jaw pain and fatigue/difficulty breathing. Those who have jobs that include sitting at a desk, bending over, repetitive motions, computer work, reading, etc. may be more at risk for developing postural related injuries. 

Incorrect vs. Correct Driving Postures

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Benefits of Maintaining Good Posture

1. Reduced pain in the neck and back

2. Less headaches

3. Increased energy levels

4. Decrease in muscle tension

5. Lowered risk of abnormal weight bearing on joint surfaces

6. Increased lung capacity

7. Improved circulation

8. Decrease in spinal/muscular compensations

9. Appearance of being taller

10. Increase self confidence

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