Good Posture Reduce Back Pain-Spine-Health


Dear Readers, Today the topic is Good Posture Reduce Back Pain-Spine-Health, Correct the Postural Fault and Tips for Backache and Spine-HealthHuman should think about his posture. In Baltimore children’s hospital two physiotherapists examined 12000 peoples posture no one in ideal posture balance. Some of them are unwillingly suffering unnecessary strain and tiredness due to their poor carriage. Other symptoms are backache, tension headaches, fibrositis, which directly effects their back and spine.

Good Posture Reduce Back Pain-Spine-Health
Good Posture Reduce Back Pain-Spine-Health

Poor posture is common cause for backache and lower back pain. In a single backward curve our spine is held, in the neck reverse curve appear.

For the development of an exaggerated lumbar curve several things contribute. With superfluous fat abdomen is overloaded which force spine to make backward curve. Heavy drooping head, pendulous breasts will effect in same way.

If someone is suffering from an excess curvature of the spine then stand to a wall with your back to examine the curve deepness of posture.

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Correct the Postural Fault

Excess weight need to reduce.

Abdominal muscles need to strengthen.

Perform the exercise which is beneficial to the whole structure.

Stand and walk tall as your central string is lifted your weight.

Keep the chest, head, thighs and pelvis directly in line in order to minimise the excess strain on your back.

Reduce excess workload on your muscles.

Good Posture Reduce Back Pain-Spine-Health
Good Posture Reduce Back Pain-Spine-Health

Tips for Backache and Spine-Health

Never stand in one place still unnecessarily without need.

Among third rural people backache is rare because they hardly stand in place. They sit with cross legged while cooking. If they are waiting for the bus they squat on their haunches. Because of the postural strain of standing, backache and spine pain aggravated.

West people stand still for long time in cocktail parties. While cooking, ironing, marketing, waiting for bus and train, watching games or sports people stand still which directly effect their backward posture and leads to backache spine pain.

Should not stand still for long time whenever possible move to relieve the strain on the back and spine. There is old Turkish proverb: Never stand up when you can sit down;  Never sit down when you can lie down.

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Note: If any serious health problem please consult to your doctor immediately. In case of Pregnant women or any other serious health problem then the above tips should be followed under the guidance of your health-care practitioner.

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  1. says

    Hi Sazia,

    How true that our posture in the west is often messed up. I spend much time sitting at my desk and standing, which I see are not the best!

    I do try to correct my spine position to it’s natural shape when I am conscious of slouching or holding an uncomfortable position for my neck, and moving around regularly to relieve the muscles.

    Some great information thanks Sazia 😀

    ~ Jacs
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  2. says


    Having good posture will reduce back pain. This is why it is so important when we are sitting in front of our computers most of the time to be mindful of this.

    I do think one of the leading causes of back pain, besides injuries, is people slouching while they work.

    No matter what we are doing, I find that if I’m in a position too long of a time my back tells me to start moving lol.

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    • says

      Thank you Donna Merrill for your feed back. You are right we should take movements after every 1 hour or so. We need to follow some exercises which keep our spine and back strong and fit.

  3. Sue Bride says

    Hi Sazia
    I used to suffer from a lot of back pain so I’m now very careful with bending and lifting. Sitting at the computer for so long with the wrong sort of chair made things worse. I now have a good chair and it’s made a difference. Because I work from home I hardly use my laptop.and use my desktop computer most of the time. I also use an ergonomic keyboard with a padded wrist rest, and a small mouse to suit my hand size, because I started to get pains in my wrists and up into my shoulders.

  4. says

    Hi Sazia

    I completely agree that being in one position for too long is detrimental to health.

    However, I’ve taken a rather different approach after reading on Harleena’s blog about “standing desks” and the view that “sitting is the new smoking”. So last year I bought myself a “standing desk” that I’m finding very helpful to correct my bad sitting position.

    I will concede, however, that if I try to use it all day I become uncomfortable, so – as always – balance seems to be the key.

    The other thing I’ve found helpful to correct my aches and pains is attending regular yoga classes. If I miss them I start to get very uncomfortable.

    Thanks for posing an alternative point of view,

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  5. says

    Hi Sazia,
    Great article .. every now and then I like to turn myself upside down to de-compress my spine. I have to say it feels much better afterwards! I also use a timer and set it for 60 minutes.. then I get up and move … 🙂
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    • says

      Thank you for your Feed back Lesly Federici. You are right we should not stand still and should not sit for long time continuously as these are the things which leads to backache and spine pain.

  6. says


    Hi. My first visit to your blog. Yes, I have seen many people suffering badly from back pain that could have been prevented or at least alleviated. My work includes a type of gentle body therapy, combining movements from Alexander Technique and Feldenkrais moves. Specifically in the Alexander Technique, clients are reminded to bring their body back into alignment and the practitioner helps this to happen. My work combines the touch with counseling. When someone gets back into alignment, which can be really unfamiliar, different emotions emerge. Our habitual posture results from our emotional responses to people and situations, often at a very early age, and by holding the posture we maintain a certain way of thinking and being. When we change the posture, we change our lives – and in the process we don’t have those nagging back pains and other uncomfortable body aches.


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    • says

      Thanks for your feedback Dr.Erica Goostone. You are right Our habitual posture results from our emotional responses to people and situations. While sitting and standing if we follow proper posture it will be helpful to prevent backache and spine pain.

    • says

      I agree with you thanks for visiting Lillian De Jesus. If we spend little time to take care of our health we can prevent backache, spine pain and so many other chronicle diseases .


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