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Improving Workplace Posture Improves Performance

As more people become tied to their computers, posture is often compromised. Though the importance of good posture is typically understated, long hours hovering over a computer, iPad, or smart phone, sets the stage for chronic health issues including lower back pain, reduced circulation and increased risk of disease. Fortunately, for those that spend 8 hours at a desk, there’s plenty you can do to offset the affects of a bad posture and improve your health.

The word posture comes from the Latin verb ponere, meaning “to put or place.” Posture is the position of the limbs or the carriage of the body as a whole. The body was designed to move however, long hours spent at a desk with shoulders and back rounding, head jetting forward triggers not only poor posture but health risks. Click Here to Read Article …