Until recently, people were inclined to treat their posture more for vanity than for the awareness that holding a correct posture can improve their level of well-being.
Keeping the chest recessed, bending the back, leaning the foot incorrectly while walking does not make us look only “less elegant” but in the long run also compromises our state of health.
The consequences of these bad habits are in fact numerous, from the muscular rigidity and headache to the damage, in the more serious cases, of the functionalities of some internal organs.
An incorrect posture, for example, involving compression of the abdomen or intestine is often associated with problems of gastroesophageal reflux, constipation and respiratory problems.
Not to mention the consequences on the skeletal apparatus.
In summary: we must improve our posture if we want to feel better!