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How Your Texting or Facebook Posture Is Killing Your Neck Image – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25393825
The way we carry ourselves plays an integral part in our long-term health. Bad posture – especially over prolonged periods of time – can lead to numerous health conditions such back and neck pain, inability to tolerate a certain position for long periods of time and even difficulty walking. The better your posture is, the less your risk of developing these musculoskeletal problems.
Certain jobs are noted for a higher risk for musculoskeletal problems.  These are jobs that are sedentary, where there is a limited amount of movement involved (e.g. office workers, medical technicians such as sonographers, and other similar occupations).
However, a new type of problem has arisen in recent years with the recent generation of portable devices. It now turns out that on average, people spend two to four hours with their heads tilted forward because of smart devices.  That amounts to 700 to 1400 hours each year spent being hunched over – a worrying statistic with potentially serious health consequences. Continually having bad posture could lead to chronic, continual pain and even surgery – not to mention the terribly unattractive hunched look.
What The Medical Community Says
A study published in the Surgical Technology International Journal in 2014  revealed that the strain the spine carries increases as the neck is flexed. An adult head weighs anywhere between 10 and 12 pounds, and as you bend your neck forward, this weight becomes a lever. When the neck is bent forward at greater than 90 degrees, the force exerted on the spine can no longer be measured.
But these are all just numbers. It can be hard to imagine how much 40 or 60 pounds actually is without concrete examples. Bending your neck half-way down, which is at 45 degrees, causes a pressure of almost 50 pounds to be exerted on your spine – potentially leading to chronic injury.
What Can Be Done About It?
Avoiding these particular musculoskeletal problems caused by bad posture is as “simple” in theory as always sitting and standing straight with your neck and back in a neutral position (at 0 degrees). This places less stress on the spine, decreasing the risk of injuring it in the long run.
However, this poses a challenge simply due to deeply ingrained habits and the fact that our existing furniture was never designed to accommodate what we are doing with modern devices.
So for men and women who want to get rid of their awful hunched neck and fix their posture in order to move, sleep and breathe better, check out this awesome tutorial:
It’s a tutorial that gives you 10 simple exercises to instantly restore balance to your posture – making you physically stronger, mentally sharper and capable of peak performance.
 Trinkoff, A. M., Lipscomb, J. A., Geiger-Brown, J., Storr, C. L., & Brady, B. A. (2003). Perceived physical demands and reported musculoskeletal problems in registered nurses. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 24(3), 270-275. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12657347
 Harvard Editorial Board: How to soothe a sore neck. The essentials are icing and heat, gentle therapeutic exercise, and good posture. Harv Mens Health Watch 2014;18(11):5.
 HANSRAJ, K. K. (2014). Assessment of stresses in the cervical spine caused by posture and position of the head. Surgical technology international, 25, 277-279. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25393825
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After 47 years of studies and countless brain scans done on more than 2,400 tinnitus patients, scientists at the MIT Institute found that in a shocking 96% of cases, tinnitus was actually shrinking their brain cells.
As it turns out, tinnitus and brain health are strongly linked.
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The #1 Muscle That Eliminates Joint And Back Pain, Anxiety And Looking Fat
By Mike Westerdal CPT
Can you guess which muscle in your body is the #1 muscle that eliminates joint and back pain, anxiety and looking fat?
This is especially important if you spend a significant amount of time sitting every day (I do, and this really affects me in a big way!)
Working this "hidden survival muscle" that most people are simply not training because no-one ever taught them how will boost your body shape, energy levels, immune system, sexual function, strength and athletic performance when unlocked.
If this "hidden" most powerful primal muscle is healthy, we are healthy.
d) Hip Flexors
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