The age of strictly divided opposites seems to be going to history. In their each individual progress, various branches of human activity seem to be approaching one another and becoming more all-encompassing. At the same time, the binary oppositions such as mind and body, and many others, are finally starting to be seen as to sides of the same thing and are being approached accordingly.
How we stand has a great deal to do with many areas of our lives. Not only does it make us look less confident, standing incorrectly could have serious effects on your spinal health. All of us should take the health of our spine as seriously as we do our heart. Your back is as important as the heart because it houses the spinal cord. The Spinal cord connects the entire body to the brain/central nervous system. An injured or damaged spine means your brain and your body won’t be able to communicate properly resulting to either loss/diminished mobility and sensation.
Various chronic conditions and health problems come with old age. These issues are most commonly linked to old age and are a problem for many seniors in the U.S. You can read about the most common senior health issues here