- Back, neck and shoulder pain
- Muscle fatigue
- Joint degeneration
- Spinal dysfunction
- General body aches and muscle fatigue
- Rounded shoulders
- Decreased cardiovascular function
But lately we seem to be learning that posture can affect much more than we originally thought. Dr. Casselman from Pinnacle Chiropractic says it can even disrupt your digestion process. But it not only contributes to physical and health problems. Posture can also affect your mental health and, according to professor Amy Cuddy from Harvard Business School, actually change the way you think and mold who you are. Interestingly, it can also affect your memory and that’s what we’re going to talk about most today.