Of kyphosis, anxiety, depression and aggression

Many believe that there is a connection between the body and the mind. Some set out to study to what extent that could be the case. Researchers Moslehi, Saiiari and Marashiyan have done just that. With the use of a specific anxiety questionnaire, the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) as well as the Eysenck Aggression Inventory (EAI), they looked for associations with kyphosis abnormalities. Read more

The Importance of Posture: Kyphosis

I find these times interesting when it comes to addressing the human body and improving its function. On one hand, you find the pain experts, which speak of posture as the least of their concern. On the other, you can speak to any posturologist and they will insist that the body performs better when aligned. I truly wonder what an engineer would say, actually. Read more