Poor posture is the main cause of spine diseases. Dodging the head forward and puffy shoulders several times increase the load on the lumbar region and disturb the balance. Because of spinal flexion in the lumbar region, the cartilage on the side of the abdomen is stretched, and the posterior end becomes weaker. In the early stages of poor posture, you will feel a slight discomfort. With the progression of the disease, the development of degenerative processes in the intervertebral discs worsens, causing osteochondrosis or a diskal hernia. Muscle malfunction and reduced strength will lead to destabilization of the spine and constant back pain.
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