Posts in posture
Everyday Habits That Destroy Your Spine

Back problems became more common in the 21st century and are usually caused by a sedentary lifestyle and from holding/looking at new gadgets. There may be a lot of reasons for bad posture and chronic pain, but scientists are revealing ones that we bring upon on ourselves.

For example, did you know that your job could be the leading cause of a chronic backache? A lack of rest is also bad for your posture.

Here are some the most popular habits that according to scientists, lead to a chronic backache.

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Why is ballet a great workout – Free 7 days exercise program

Ballet can help you burn a tremendous amount of calories and subsequently lose weight. Ballet involves total-body rhythmic movements that elevate your heart rate, breathing rate, circulation, and muscular activity. In fact, ballet elevates your metabolism 3-6 times above your resting metabolism. In other words, you’ll burn 3-6 times more calories when you’re dancing versus resting.

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Why Stretching is Important

If you are looking to build an optimal fit body that is both strong and flexible, combining power and agility at the same time, stretching should play a vital part in your exercise routines. t could even play a role as a potent anti-acing tool, helping to keep your movements fluid as well as keep your posture aligned.

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Improving Posture Will Improve Your Life

Why feeling taller tricks your brain into making you feel more confident and why your smartphone addiction might be making you depressed?

The next time you’re feeling sad and depressed, pay close attention to your posture. According to cognitive scientists, you’ll likely be slumped over with your neck and shoulders curved forward and head looking down.

While it’s true that you’re sitting this way because you’re sad, it’s also true that you’re sad because you’re sitting this way. This philosophy, known as embodied cognition, is the idea that the relationship between our mind and body runs both ways, meaning our mind influences the way our body reacts, but the form of our body also triggers our mind.

This isn’t just about displaying confidence to others around; this is about actually changing your hormones–increased levels of testosterone and decreased levels of cortisol, or the stress hormone, in the brain.

 

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