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It keeps you energized. There is nothing worse than feeling sluggish and unproductive when you have a busy day ahead of you. Sleep, a balanced diet, and exercise are well-known factors that will keep you alert and functioning at your best. But did you know that your energy levels are affected by the way you hold your body? Posture experts say the amount of energy your body produces has a direct bearing on the alignment of your spine.
It relieves back pain. Shoulder tension, headaches, and back pain are increasingly common byproducts of the connected world. Our office chairs, smartphones, and computers are quietly conspiring to turn us into a generation of chronic slouchers, complete with hunched upper backs and rounded shoulders. Posture correctors are especially well-suited to anyone whose job involves long periods of sitting, particularly office workers. They will keep you out of pain and your spine straight.
It facilitates breathing. You can breathe a tremendous sigh of relief if you practice good posture. That is because it opens up your airways and allows your lungs room to expand when you maintain a straight back. Helping to keep your muscles fit and improve brain function are the two results of more oxygen entering your bloodstream. People with good posture significantly outperform their slouching counterparts as they are better able to concentrate on their work.
It reduces stress. Accomplishing our stress levels is a daily challenge for most of us. If we have the right posture, it is much easier to face our frustrations. Our body creates less of the stress hormone cortisol when our spine is properly aligned, and we feel a more prominent sense of inner calm. Of course, it takes practice to be aware of our posture.
Child’s pose. This post helps you to release tension in your lower neck and back. It lengthens and stretches your spine, hamstrings, and glutes.
Chest opener. This exercise is useful if you spend most of your day sitting as it allows you to open and stretch your chest, which tends to make your chest move inward. Strengthening your chest will help you stand up straighter.
High plank. This pose will help you relieve stiffness and pain throughout your body while strengthening your glutes, hamstrings, and shoulders. It helps develop strength and balance in your back and core, which are both important for a better posture.
Downward-facing dog. This pose helps to relieve back and can be used as a resting pose to balance out your body. It also strengthens and aligns your back muscles. Doing it regularly will help you improve posture.