Posture is the position in which we hold our body in while sitting, standing and lying position. There are two types of posture:
Dynamic and static posture
Dynamic posture is how you hold your self when you are moving like when you are walking, running and bending. And static posture is how you hold yourself when you are not moving like when you are standing, sitting and sleeping. It is important to make sure that you have good dynamic and static posture.
The key to good posture is the position of your spine.
your spine has three natural curves – at your neck , Mid Back & Low Back. but poor posture may leads to poor curve of your spine .
Good Posture is when your head is above your shoulders and the top of your shoulder should be over the hips.
Measure the space between the neck and the wall and the space between your back and the wall.
There Should be less than 2 inches Gap Between Both spaces.
The large gap indicates weak posture and a curving spine.
Infact, There is nothing like good and bad posture its mainly the time duration for which particular postion / Posture can be attened.
Having a good posture is most important. Poor body posture and poor body alignment can cause various health problems. Such as – Backpain Walkingdifficulty Neckpain Poorbalance Headache Bodystiffness Breathingproblems Muscleweakness Fatigue
If you want to correct posture you need to be thinking about different exercises to help activate the right muscles. The most important excercise for improving posture it can affect the core, back. Some common excercise for good posture include a: Body alignment hip flex or stretching, neck stretching, Shoulder blade squeezing. Child pose stretches Cat cow Side plank Pigeon pose Pelvic rotation Gluten squeezes Door frame stretch Plank These are simple basic exercise that can help improve posture and reduce your pain.
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At Active Ayu Life We provide your spine and body alignment (SBA) to correct your posture here gives you immidiates results throughout specialized osteopathy and chiropractic techniques.