If you are in pain, it’s often all you can focus on, but today I want to talk about a part of our bodies which supports us every day and, (unless it’s part of symptoms or pain), can be easily forgotten in our frenetic lives: our spine.
Standing up straight is often something people take for granted. Being able to move, walk, run and dance are all things many non-disabled humans expect they will always be able to do. But when back or neck pain occurs, when we experience an accident, experience an illness, a change in symptoms or an acquired disability, it can be very scary.
Pain can be acute or chronic, temporary or long term. Whichever it is, the healing is often supported by taking care of the parts of our body we can, and that can include good posture. Good posture is key to maintaining the health and flexibility of our spine.
Let’s look at some ways we can integrate posture practice into daily life:
Working from home, particularly with your own business, can be liberating.
It’s easy to feel like earning your independence and your own income is all peaches and cream, passive income and Paypal notifications. But it’s not always quite that smooth, so you need to prepare to deal with any difficulties that arise.
Let’s set your business and life up so that you can continue to stay well, to stay motivated and to provide for yourself, yes?
Making these provisions requires emotional and physical action and I’ve got 3 top tips for you to begin today:
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