The Importance of Good Posture: What Are the Long-Term Effects of Bad Posture?

And, Why are Exercise, Traction and Everything Else
You Have Been Told a Waste of Time?

Think that’s a brash, arrogant and untrue statement?
Well, learn and do the Brand New Body First Rib Maneuver™ on yourself and your friends and you will discover for yourself it is an accurate and truthful statement.

We spend hours hunched over desks, slouched on sofas, or staring down at screens and it takes a toll on our posture. Check anywhere on the Internet, a collapsed posture has far-reaching effects on our overall health and well-being. It is not just about appearance. From reduced breathing to reduced physical ability to psychological impacts like depression, good or bad posture plays a significant role in our daily lives.

What they write is that good posture refers holding your body upright. Baloney!! It actually refers to the correct alignment of the body, when the bones are properly aligned, shoulders are relaxed and upright, and the head is upright.

Notice I wrote “shoulders are relaxed and upright” and not, ‘shoulders are held back to be upright’? Notice I wrote, “and the head is upright.” Not, “head is held upright?”

Well, I wrote it that way because when your body is corrected structurally that is
what your body will be like.

Good posture is not the, work to hold your body upright baloney the physical therapists, chiropractors and everyone else tells you. Good posture is your body staying upright with no effort on your part. That is what the Brand New Body System by Jesse does, correct your structure so your body works as it is supposed to work and your are healthier than you can imagine being.

That is why people say getting treated by Jesse or one of his students is like getting a
Brand New Body !!

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Good posture reduces muscular strain and tension. When bodies slouch or adopt poor postural habits like soft chairs and beds, bones become twisted out of their most efficient positions, the body collapses, muscles become overworked and strained, leading to discomfort, pain, and the development of musculoskeletal conditions such as kyphosis, flatback and swayback which all lead to PAIN!

Poor posture even increases the risk of chronic pain and injuries. Especially in athletes.

Posture affects our respiratory system. When we slouch or hunch forward, our lungs cannot fully expand, limiting the amount of oxygen we can take in. On the other hand, with proper alignment, the lungs have ample space to expand, promoting better breathing and oxygenation. This increased oxygen intake not only enhances our physical performance but also contributes to improved cognitive function and overall mental clarity.

If you think that is bad, what else in in the middle of your chest and being compressed? YOUR HEART! That’s right. With your body collapsed it does not matter how well your heart beats, it cannot open up to get the right amount of blood in and so cannot pump it out fast and in the volume it is supposed to pump the blood.

Heck, take anyone with COPD (Chronic [long standing] Obstructive, Pulmonary [Latin for lungs], Disorder). Even people with Asthma. They tell you it is chemistry and give you pills and shots with little effect. Then, someone who gets treated with the Brand New Body System by Jesse a time or two suddenly has no difficulty breathing and takes no medication. Think that is hype? HA, try it and find out.

Long-term effects of bad posture are quite alarming. Prolonged periods of poor posture can lead to chronic conditions such as chronic back pain, neck pain, and headaches. Over time, the strain on the spine and surrounding muscles can result in structural changes, leading to conditions like spinal misalignment, herniated discs, and even degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis.

Beyond the physical consequences, bad posture can also impact our emotional well-being. Numerous studies have shown a strong link between posture and mood. Slouching or adopting closed-off postures can contribute to feelings of depression, decreased self-esteem, and reduced energy levels. Conversely, maintaining an upright posture has been found to enhance confidence, increase positive emotions, and even improve overall self-perception.

To have good posture, it is essential that the bones in the spine stay in their correct position. If a bone moves out of place in a direction the body cannot pull back into position on its own, it must be manually corrected, which is exactly what the Brand New Body System by Jesse does. You can help maintain the correct positions of bones by using ergonomic furniture at work, such as ergonomic chairs.

Good posture is an essential component of our overall health and well-being. By maintaining proper alignment, we can prevent muscular imbalances, reduce the risk of chronic pain, and promote optimal functioning of our body’s systems. Conversely, the long-term effects of bad posture can lead to a host of physical and emotional issues. So, let us stand tall, sit upright, and prioritize good posture for a healthier and happier life.

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