Posture | Embodiment of what we are doing and thinking Addressing Neck and Back Pain Through Improved Posture

For people with neck pain and back pain, posture can make a big difference. Some positions will help to prevent permanent damage. Mood, especially stress, has a strong influence on body positions. Bent shoulders, hunched back and tight neck muscles are all part of a typical stress posturing, which will make musculoskeletal pain worse.

Both position and cognitive/emotional state are important in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain. Positive thinking can shift stress posturing into lessen pain.

A healthy amount of exercise is also essential for addressing pain due tor involvement and moving the joints is especially important for people who sit at a desk all day. A healthy lifestyle with plenty of exercise is vital for long-term pain relief. Moving the muscles and the joints releases the tension that builds up from chronic stress and maintaining a chair posture at work. Physical activity not only encourages a better body position throughout the day, but it trigger the release of a healthy dose of endorphins, which are natural painkillers.


Posture Embodiment of what we are doing and thinking