Results for: Posture

In Computer Terminology

How do you get better posture?

I don't know, but I think i just found out something it had a question and it should have the answer showing about your posture i think it's 1 above this i really forgot for r (MORE)
In Beauty

What is poor posture?

Posture is the way that humans sit or stand. Poor posture is aresult of different muscles tightening up or shortening whileothers become longer and weaker.
In Exercise

How do you have a good posture?

push your shoulders back, head level, neck straight. Shoulder stretches help if you have trouble putting your shoulders back.
In Computer Terminology

How do you improve your posture?

In order to improve your posture, attempt sitting up straight whilein a chair. While walking, do not walk with your back arched.Instead, walk straight with your neck aligned w (MORE)
In Picture and Image Searches

What is a postural disorder?

A postural disorder is one that affects the shape of the spine of aperson. This disorder is often harmful or annoying to the host.
In Health

What is postural deviation?

it means you are not using proper body mechanics.\n. \nit means that your posture is poor . Postural derivations may be discussed as functional or structural problems. In ea (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is Good posture and Poor posture?

The criteria for good posture is a properly aligned spine and plum load bearing joints as applicable under under the following conditions: siting, laying, walking, standing an (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is opisthotonic posture?

An extreme, dorsally hyperextended posture of the spine (opisthotonus), characterized by the skull and neck recurved over the back, and with strong extension of the tail
In Literature & Language

What is posture or stance?

Posture is how a person holds his/her body in respects to healthy or unhealthy alignment. A person that stands or sits with the back relatively straight, the shoulders back, a (MORE)
In Health

What are examples of posture?

Depends what kind of posture you mean, if you mean posture in communication, rather than fitness, I can help. If someone is sitting back in their chair, with hands on their k (MORE)