Symptoms, causes and treatment of Poor Posture
Many people suffer the negative effects of bad posture without changing the factors in their lives that cause the problem.
A disorder of “bad” posture or posture is defined as a position of our spine in unnatural positions where the curves are highlighted, which causes the joints, muscles and vertebrae to be in stressful positions. This persistent bad position leads to an increase in pressure in these tissues.
The painful conditions associated with poor posture are so common that most people are directly familiar with these problems. The most common complaint is low back pain. However, research has shown that neck, shoulder and arm pain is more common due to postural disorders. Due to the emphasis on race and exercise, the problems of the feet and knees are becoming more common.
The symptoms of a postural disorder can be painful and visible symptoms.
Painful symptoms of bad posture.
Pain in the body, including pain in the upper or lower back, pain in the neck, shoulders and arms. Severe pain in the lower extremities, including pain in the legs and hips, knees and ankles, convulsions from muscle fatigue due to tension in the upper back, neck and shoulders
Factors that contribute to postural disorders.
- Lack of education or awareness of the correct posture.
- The lack of exercise
- Professional requirements
- Joint stiffness
- Muscular weakness
- Muscle tension
- Poor basic stability
- Bad ergonomic workplaces.
- Malformation physiotherapy treatment.
Physiotherapeutic treatments can significantly help to minimize or eliminate postural disorders. Most patients will notice a decrease in pain as soon as their posture is corrected.
Yoga Asanas For Poor Postures
Yoga and asanas are the best exercise to keep your body in good shape. Here are a few Yoga asanas that are very effective in correcting your postures.
All these poses are very much useful in the treatment of poor postures.