Improve Your Posture and Reduce Your Risk of Back Problems

Getting up and moving around is the best thing you can do for your posture.

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Being sedentary is the worst thing for your posture: It can cause muscles to atrophy, as well as place a strain on your neck and back. Decades of poor posture

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