Often, poor posture develops because of accidents or falls. However, poor posture usually develops from environmental factors or bad habits.
Poor posture can start a progression of symptoms in the average adult. It can start with fatigue, tightness and joint stiffness.
If you have poor posture, your muscles have to work hard just to hold you up if you have poor posture. You waste energy just moving, leaving you without the extra energy you need to feel good.
A lifetime of poor posture can cause changes in your muscles and ligaments and you may have a stiffness, tightness and painful feeling. Majority of the spine-related problems are the result of muscles changes brought on by years of bad posture.