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Slouching: The Side Effects of It

Most of us these days in work or even at school, we sometimes find ourselves slouching. Regardless, that most of us were told when we are just kids to sit up straight when sitting and even on while walking. There are some of us today didn’t offered with a valuable reason why we should, read more about this here.

Some of the reason people were told is that is it just an etiquette that has never died and continues to live on to people. Actually the reason we ought to believing up until now is just a shallow part of the real reason. To be exact, slouching is bad for us, socially and medically which can put our overall health at risk, so below we will tackle the disadvantages of slouching.

Spinal Problems

The most common reason why people slouch is that they find it more comfortable than sitting up out our backs. But sadly, that comfortable feeling we enjoyed when we slouch has its own disadvantage to our health.

Remember that when we began to slouch our head tends to droop forward, have you ever took notice of that? To begin with, the weight of our head should fall onto our backs and on our shoulders. Slouching places the weight of our head where it shouldn’t be, read more here.

If you are slouching for so long now then expect to have problems on your upper spin, and also it causes compression on your internal organs which leads to neck and back pain. Also it causes constipation, poor circulation, exhaustion, and etc. that causes neck and back pain.

If one of these symptoms you are currently experiencing then it would be best to visit the nearest chiropractor, read more here.

Social Issues

Slouching does more damage than you thought it would, other than it causes serious neck and back pains. It also can hurt your reputation as a person, read more about this here. Did you know that body language can be traced on the animal kingdom, and we are not exempted. Perhaps you have already noticed this with dogs, whenever a dog wants to play with other dogs it first lean down their front legs signifying they want to play with the other dog. You may be wondering why your cat would push down their paws on you or on your couch, read more here.

The examples mentioned above are both body languages made by our pets. And how much with humans who constantly express body languages that aren’t vague.

When we slouch our head and limbs would fall inward onto our chest. Which signifies we are prone to attack, loss of interest, stressed, unhappy, you name it all.