Common Causes of

Poor Posture

Use of technology

Muscle tension


Improper footwear

Inactive lifestyle

Stress and anxiety


Poor posture can be caused by a variety of factors, including the use of technology, which often leads to slouching and hunching over screens. Muscle tension from prolonged sitting or standing can also contribute to poor posture. Injuries, especially to the back or neck, can result in compensatory postural changes. Improper footwear, such as high heels or shoes with poor arch support, can also negatively impact posture. An inactive lifestyle, stress, and anxiety can also contribute to poor posture. Finally excess weight can put strain on the spine and affect posture. It is important to be aware of these common causes and take steps to address them in order to improve overall posture and prevent related health issues.

Our Solution

Relax. Realign. Remind

Be mindful of your form.

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