The pandemic has motivated many people to transition into working from home. For many, this means spending more hours than usual in a slumped posture in front of a computer screen. Less people are going to the gym and getting exercise which will reduce the mobility and flexibility of your muscles. This may negatively affect your posture.
Not only does bad posture have a poor appearance, it may have pain and symptoms associated with it. Abnormal posture may start out with a small misalignment, and then grow into a progressively larger misalignment as time goes on that may lead to long-term postural problems. That is why it is so important to be aware of this new pandemic posture so you can adjust your posture accordingly.