Bad posture is often a sign of poor health, but it’s not always caused by specific medical conditions. In fact, for most people, a lifetime of bad habits is the leading reason for having improper posture. This leads to unnecessary strain and pressure being put on supporting muscles and ligaments especially while one is moving. You may already be familiar with some standing or sitting exercises to correct posture, but did you know that there are some ways to do that in your sleep? Something as simple as changing your mattress could do the trick.
If you’re serious about improving your posture, the first thing you need to know is that time plays a major role. Long-standing postural problems are going to be more difficult to fix and take longer to correct as well. Consult with a doctor or chiropractor is if you feel like you have problems with your posture. They can even recommend exercises, tools or even types of mattresses you can use to help. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2imZ74R