Posted at 17:11h
in Deep Tissue Massage
There is a huge amount written about why we should have good posture and what it looks like so that we don't get a sore back, neck etc yet there is little or no evidence that posture has any relationship to whether or not you are going to experience back or neck pain, check out the studies below. Many other factors can influence the chances of you experiencing pain ranging from stress levels to how much movement you get in your day. What can happen when we are sitting or are generally immobile for long periods is that changes in the chemistry of the tissues can occur such that you may feel sore. This can be alleviated by simply getting up and moving around regularly and isn't related to the the position/posture that you are sitting in. Also in terms of the stress we place on the tissues when we are sitting it is at a level that is very tolerable and easily adaptable to.