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White Paper Posture Flexi

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An evaluation of posture upright effects and user experience of the Swedish Posture Flexi harness. Read the complete white paper on Posture Flexi written by Anna-Lisa Osvalder, senior lecturer in Ergonomics and has a Ph.D. in injury prevention, here. Summary: An upright posture positively affect body language and well-being. A body support that reminds how to sit, stand or walk …

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Almost 48 % of men and 56% of women suffer from consistent back pain.  More than 80 % suffer from lower back pain from time to time. Back pain is the 3rd most common cause for sick leave in Sweden. Globally 5.3 million people dies yearly because of physical inactivity. 40-50 year olds sit 70-75 % of the time when they’re …

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The new phenomenon – The iHunch

In Body language, Facts, Posture, Research by maria

Smartphones not only ruining our posture. A bad posture could also affect us in psychological ways. ‘Posture doesn’t just reflect our emotional states; it can also cause them’, says Amy Cuddy. In today’s society we live with constant connectivity slouching over our devices. Be aware! Pay attention to your posture while reading this article. The importance of straighten up will …

Correct standing posture

In Facts, Posture by maria

If you’re properly aligned you should be able to draw a straight line, infront of your shoulders, behind your hip, to the front of your knee, to a few inches infront of your ankle. This puts the centre of gravity directly over your base of support which allows you to move efficiently. From the back, 33 vertebrae is stacked in …