As a child, were you constantly reminded by your mother to stand or sit upright and maintain a good posture? Did she nag you to stop slouching? Maintaining a good posture is a vital habit and being asked to do so is valuable advice, but many fail to heed this when it should be quite simple.
There's a pretty simple reason to maintain a good posture, especially when back pain is very common. According to the World Health Organization, some 60 to 70 percent of the adult population in industrialized countries complain of back pain at one point in their lives. This condition is a major cause of disability and even the younger generation is at risk of developing back pain.
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