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We live most of our days without putting too much thought into seemingly minor details. In fact, there are likely small things that you don’t even really remember doing as you go through the motions of taking kids to school, putting in a full day at work, making dinner, and getting ready for bed. One of the most common is proper posture. In fact, it’s estimated that as much as 80 percent of the population will suffer with some form of back pain in their life, and many of these cases are a direct result of improper posture.
Whether you’ve been suffering with lower back pain or just suspect that you tend to slouch while spending hours at your computer every day, there are some helpful tips you can utilize to improve your posture and ergonomics.
Working on improving spinal health for people by teaching them the proper postures in both seating and standing to avoid back pains and complications on the spinal cord. I help disseminate news and information about spinal health and posture technologies through social media and our website.