Good attitude is an important part of health. IT helps to avoid back pain and premature wear of bone tissue, improve lung function and much more. In this article we will explain what a good attitude is before many advantages are explained.
What good attitude?
Pose is the form that your body takes, sitting, standing and lying down. If you take a “good” position, your body will be positioned so that the muscles and ligaments of your body are less tense when in these positions.
Your body should be as close as possible to its natural form. If you sit down, it will mean:
- Keeping your chin up and looking forward
- Keeping your shoulders back (not slouching)
- Bending your knees at a right angle
- Keeping your feet flat on the floor
- Keeping your back straight enough that all 3 natural curves of the spine are present.
What are the benefits of good posture?
When you sit in good posture, weight is distributed more evenly across your muscle groups, so you avoid pain in your neck, shoulder, and back.
They can also work comfortably for long periods of time and avoid serious long-term health problems.
Protects Your Future Health
If you are in a good position, your joints will remain aligned and protect the articular surfaces from unusual wear. By preventing this type of erosion, you can reduce the risk of various diseases, such as arthritis and the postural hump.
It Makes Breathing Easier
The diaphragm is a large muscle responsible for breathing. As the diaphragm moves, the pressure in the chest changes, causing the air to either enter or leave the lungs.
The pose affects breathing, as it changes the space in which the diaphragm must move. If you sit in a chair or walk, the diaphragm will not contract or expand so easily that you cannot breathe deeply. As soon as you correct your posture, you will immediately notice how much easier it is to breathe. This is especially beneficial for those who suffer from a condition that affects their breathing.
Can Help Prevent Back Pain
The development of good posture can eliminate back pain caused by tense muscles and poor alignment of the joints. This is done by actively reducing the load on muscles and joints by distributing weight to the whole body. This ensures that certain muscles or joints are not overworked or intact.
Over time, good posture will even improve the alignment of the spine, which will improve the condition of your back and reduce the risk of back injuries. You rarely suffer from a hernia of intervertebral discs, muscular tension or other back problems.
Improved Physical Performance
Good posture requires the use of more muscle groups. This not only reduces the likelihood of a single muscle strain, but also improves overall physical performance. As you use your muscles more evenly, you can better cope with your daily activities and in all the sports games that you play.
Strengthens The Core
If you have already improved your posture, you will find that your abdominal muscles feel more responsive. Your abdominal muscles share the load on your back muscles, as they keep your upper body stable. The more you improve your posture, the stronger your core becomes, which improves spinal alignment, removes back muscles and improves your mobility.
Makes You Look More Attractive
Have you ever seen an actor or actress on a talk show? Have you noticed how flawless was his attitude? Actors and actresses are focused on good posture, because they know how it affects their appearance. If they sit high and raise their chins, they will look much better or more beautiful for the audience at home. You get the same benefits as you improve your posture.
Improve Food Digestion
When you are sitting or in a good posture, make sure your internal organs are in their natural position. This makes it easier for the body to digest food and perform other important functions, such as maintaining good blood flow.
Can Improve Your Mood
Researchers at the University of San Francisco have found that a good attitude can improve a person’s mood. They found that improved posture can also increase energy levels and reduce the risk of mental illness, such as depression.
Improving your relationship can bring some amazing benefits to your health and lifestyle. If you are interested in good posture, talk to a chiropractor or family doctor. You can also use online resources such as NHS solutions to learn more.
Robert Finn, D.K. qualified as a chiropractor more than 25 years ago at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractors (the oldest and largest Chiropractic College in Europe). He is passionate about chiropractic and helps his patients achieve their health goals. He has clinics in Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent
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