Declining neck, sagging shoulders, and slumping back. Amidst the strains of life, our body (and mind) begins to build up tension.
This tension can gradually pressure our organs.
It reduces the circulation of our blood, lymph, and cerebrospinal fluid. It causes a diminished nerve conduction to the organs.
Eventually, our natural vitality will not be able to execute its innate ability, and our body becomes chronically ill.