Posts tagged chiropractic for posture
Does Your Posture Affect Your Mood?

Perhaps one of the most well-known facts about back health is that proper posture is key. You probably already know that good posture is incredibly important to your overall health, but did you know it can also affect your mental well-being? Growing evidence suggests that proper posture contributes to many health benefits, from reducing back and joint pain to boosting your mood.

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How Posture Affects Your Mood

Do you pay attention to the way you're sitting/standing throughout the day? Is your weight evenly distributed or are you leaning more weight on one leg? You might not think that your posture affects you as much as it does, especially when it comes to your mood. Various studies reveal that maintaining good posture can also help boost your mood and eliminate stress.

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6 Tips For Improving Posture

Having good posture is something that takes consistent work. Poor posture can be caused by habits from everyday activities such as sleeping on the wrong kind of mattress, sitting in office chairs, looking at the computer, driving, looking at your cellphone, etc. You may be so used to your habits that involve poor posture that you're starting to experience back pain. Fortunately, the main factors affecting posture and ergonomics are not difficult to change.

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Chiropractic to Improve Balance and Coordination

The alignment of your neck, spine, and pelvis can affect your balance and coordination. Chiropractic adjustments keep your neck, spine, and pelvis in alignment to help your body achieve optimal balance and coordination.

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Chiropractic Care for Children with Scoliosis

Scoliosis is an abnormal change in the curvature of the spine. Scoliosis is congenital, meaning that it is something you're born with, but not usually recognized until a child is in elementary school. Sometimes there are absolutely no symptoms associated with scoliosis, and other times a child's posture may look odd, as if their torso is leaning more to one side than the other. It can be accompanied by soreness or pain, depending on the severity.

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One Simple Step to Maintaing Your Athletic Ability

Your neck and your back play a huge role in your overall athletic performance. Maintaining your overall health, should include regular spinal checkups to make sure your ability is not being affected by something scoliosis.

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