Hi guys. Today I'm going to introduce three reasons why you should always just a little bit tuck you chin in.
Because of long hours in front of computer or something and you might be always doing working like this and it has over body and then chin, chin is like out. And then like this. Including me. So. But this is really bad because of three bad side effects for the face.
Number one, when the neck is like this. So you see that my chin, not the chin but the neck is like shrink here right? Yeah, and then this part is just hanging.
So when this happens the neck is shrink, the cause tension in the muscle and then it distribute to the skull here. B B B B B B B B B B B B. So all that when the neck has tension the skull gets harder. Lots of tension too, because it's connectors are connected and when that happens the skull gets harder harder harder and then it's like a pulling from like this. Beep beep beep beep beep beep beep beep beep beep down, like from the top down. So ten, the skull is like really pulling down, then because a skin is attached to this skull. The skull here, right, because of the gravity because of this tension on this ah, it's tagging just like a hanging down when this hanging thing. This is pulling and this skin is hanging. When you do it this position for a long period of time of course the skin is stretched too much. It's like skin is with the gravity it's pulling down. But the skull is pulling up.
So like beep beep beep beep beep like a beep beep beep beep beep beep like a pulling each other. So you get more excess skin because of that sagging position. And then when you have excess skin of course you're gonna get sagging skin.
It's like. The, because of this position, the skull gets become a little bit tight, tighter and then shrink shrinker. What’s what to say… become short the skull part becomes short and because the face is same size the skin has to be stretche , make sense?
No wonder scalp massage really helps to see you lift up your skin because skull and face are so connected.
Number two. You get longer face. So the theory is that because skull is pulling this forehead,up up up up up because of this pause posture. Right, so then, it's better to do like this. Yeah. Yeah.
So the skull is pulling and then because the skin head is has gravity then this forehead becomes longer so window for head becomes longer. Obviously you look the long you look like longer face.
The age, it's normal that face becomes longer with, with sagging with gravity big so you don't want to have any longer by increasing the height of the forehead anymore.
Number three, because of this bad posture, all the nutrients, oxen, everything stop here and then it's not going to be distributed in a face even though a few even if you eat lots of I don't know like water or lots of nutritious food, it's not going to come to the face if you keep doing this because, this worsens and blood, for blood circulation and there's a big lymph node here which is supposed to detox a lot of toxins from the face to to the lymph node but yeah if you press here used to feel some pain, try it please.
And then if you don't feel pain you're not pressing hard enough, anyway. This has lots of big lymph node and if you are your posture is like this. Lots of attention here and it's really about the toxins, it stuck here.
So, if you don't want to have longer face, saggy face, blood circulation in the face please consider to have good body posture. But most importantly just a little bit tuck the chin in. If you already do like this bad posture you don't have to do more tucking thing. But if you do like me, if you are doing like this, but I mean just exaggerating. But I tend to do like this when I'm working on a computer which is really bad. So this is a good reminder for me too. But if you tend to do this back posture please be careful. Just good posture and not just good posture on the shoulder side but just a little bit tuck that your chin in to fix the neck.
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