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5.  Incorrect posture

5. Incorrect posture

Often we don’t understand it but an incorrect posture also can lead to shoulder and headaches. It is advisable to maintain a good posture while studying.

To avoid this:

  1. Don’t face downwards while studying
  2. Keep your spine straight
  3. Study at a desk or table


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