A good posture can help you look more confident and help reduce injuries while working out. But how does a good posture affect your internal organ health? A thread on long-term health effects of posture.
First of all what really is a good posture. For most people, it is defined as: – Neutral spine – Bodyweight distributed evenly on both feet – Hips and shoulders even
Inflexible muscles and poor stabilising muscle strength are some main causes of poor posture along with lifestyle issues, like sitting for long hours and smartphone usage (text neck).
Bad posture also has long-term chronic disease risks associated with it. Liver function may be directly affected due to the abnormal pressure on the liver and resultant interference with nerves that connect to the liver and its arteries.