Bad posture is something that most people don’t think about — until they experience negative health consequences.
But numerous studies have shown that it can lead to long-term back pain, fatigue, and even migraine headaches. In this guest post, James Hollister goes over a simple action plan to improve bad posture, with specific habits you can easily add to your day
At some level, I think we all know that we could do better when it comes to our posture.
Even if we can’t explain any of the health benefits or any “real” reasons to get better at it, we still go through periods when we try to work the problem.
Just like any other long-term, ingrained habit, it can be extremely tough to make any headway. We try for a little while and then give up because we feel like it’s not working or we just forget.