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Sitting For 8 Hours A Day Can Be As Bad As Doing These 4 Things To Your Body 

Romper.com –Of all the ways you can mistreat your body, is sitting for long periods of time really that bad? As awareness about the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle increases, it looks like sitting too much is something of a bad habit. And for the most part, sitting for 8 hours may be as bad as smoking or eating junk food on the regular. Resting on your behind too much may cause all sorts of health complications, as strange as that may sound.

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In, Up, Back, Down – Steps to Better Posture with Your Phone

Gracefully.tech—If you’re reading this post on your cell phone, take a moment to check your posture. Are you shoulders slumped? Is your head pointed downward? If you answered yes, then you, like so many of us, suffer from tech-induced poor posture. Unfortunately, not only is this making you less graceful, it’s also likely having an impact on those around you. Yes, poor posture and the feelings that often come from it can be contagious.

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Four Ways to Improve Your Posture—Even If You Thought the Damage Was Already Done 

Marthastewart.com—There are many factors that contribute to poor posture—lifestyle, genetics, and even your clothing can all play a part—but there is good news: These factors don’t cause permanent misalignment. What’s more, there are a few quick and easy fixes out there that can get almost anyone standing up straight again.

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8 Surprising Ways Your Posture Affects Your Whole Body

Livestrong.com—Despite all the hours you spend hunched over your iPhone texting, you probably don’t think too much about your posture. You’re not alone: Less than half of all Americans report being concerned about it, according to an October 2019 survey published by Florida healthcare network Orlando Health.

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How To Curb Three Leading Productivity Killers: Lack Of Sleep, Poor Posture And Stress

Forbes.com—Nonprofit leaders and employees are usually passionate about their organization’s mission, values and goals. This sense of personal fulfillment is often a benefit itself, so leaders and employees may not recognize that their long workdays, frequent travel and taking work home are detracting from essential self-care activities, such as exercise, healthy eating and sleep.

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