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Sitting And Posture

Seated posture is extremely important due to the fact that Americans are sitting longer. Slumped posture is associated with greater head flexion/neck flexion and increased activity of the extensor muscles in the neck that hold your head up. If this posture is repetitive, it can create fatigue, muscle tightness and pain. Adjusting the angle of the backrest of the chair and adding a lumbar roll for support in order to correct the slouching posture is a great way to improve this situation. Bad posture can even contribute to shoulder impingement issues. Stay healthy!