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Neutral posture means the spine is in its most natural position with minimal bending or twisting. This position limits stress on the parts of the spine and ensures neck and back muscles aren’t being contracted or stretched.
Posture correction exercises can provide many benefits for people who experience neck or back pain. If your pain worsens at certain times of day, improves with a change of position or moves from one area of the spine to another, it may be related to poor posture.
Posture is the position that you hold your body at while standing, sitting, or lying down. A correct posture is the position of the least amount of stress. So, pressure on the joints, muscles, and tissues is at a minimum. Therefore, providing the most efficient movement. A prolonged posture causes the CNS (central nervous system) [...]