Your posture is crucial not only for your health but also for your emotional well-being. Good posture can reduce help people with depression. But some little things we do on a daily basis can negatively affect the way we behave.
We decided to take a closer look at some seemingly innocent habits that may be hurting your back.
You Wear A Crossbody Bag
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Sitting at your office desk for long hours doesn’t help your posture, but the way you sit isn’t the only thing that can damage your spine. Holding the phone between your shoulder and your ear can help keep your hands free for typing, but it can eventually hurt your back.
Your neck and shoulders should not stay in this position for long, and this habit can stretch your upper back muscles and affect your posture.
You Work From A Laptop
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You Add Milk To Your Coffee
Ironing makes you lean over the board, which in turn can make your posture worse. If you iron frequently, use a high-back chair and place a rolled towel behind your back to avoid bending over.
You’re Sleeping Under A Heavy Blanket
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While sleeping under a large, fluffy blanket it can be comfortable, lifting and organizing it when making a bed requires you to lean in and use your muscles. To avoid back pain, opt for lighter blankets.
Are you guilty of any of these habits? Did you notice what else can affect your posture?