Avoid poor posture caused by your sitting job
It doesn’t matter much whether you work as an official at an office, as a teacher grading papers or a as a worker behind a bench – a sitting job is always the same. Your head leans forward, hands are kept in front, legs bent from both your knees and your hips. And so it goes for many years from eight to twelve hours per day. Not to forget that we’ve previously spent years sitting the same way at school.
Your work environment has a significant influence on your sitting position. Bad posture can also be caused by poor lighting, a too low or high desk, a chair not appropriate for ones height, a poorly constructed back support, etc., that force a person to spend hours in an uncomfortable position. Good news is that all of these flaws can be corrected. Actually, there’s no reason to not begin with exercises improving your posture first thing tomorrow. You are the master of your habits!