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How to Reduce Screen Time and Improve Posture for a Healthier You

February 12, 20241 min read

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It’s no secret that excessive screen time has become a common habit that can take a toll on our posture and overall well-being. As your partner in health, we wanted to share five mindful alternatives to limit screen time and promote better posture:

Get Moving: Engage in screenless activities, such as yoga, walking, or cycling. Not only will this benefit your posture, but it also boosts circulation and reduces tension.

Read: Instead of scrolling, pick up a book. Reading not only relaxes the mind but also encourages good posture while sitting.

Connect with Nature: Being in natural surroundings helps reduce stress, uplifts mood, and encourages an upright posture.

Engage in Hobbies: Rediscover old hobbies or explore new ones. Painting, playing a musical instrument, or doing crafts can be both fulfilling and beneficial for your posture.

Prioritize Face-to-Face Interactions: Make time for in-person interactions with friends and family.

Feeling the strain from screen time? Schedule a visit with us today to improve your posture and enhance your well-being!

reduce screen timeimprove posture
Dr. Nick received his doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia and his bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He Practices Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP), a technique that uses the most current research and techniques to gain permanent corrective changes to the spine. He has also served as an adjunct professor at William Paterson University. Dr. Nick has worked in the capacity of official chiropractor for the Red Bulls, the metropolitan area's professional soccer team, as well as for the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tournament held in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. Dr. Nick and his wife, Dr. Wendy, who is also a chiropractor, lecture on health related topics as a community service to businesses, government agencies, as well as athletic and social organizations.

Dr. Nicholas F. Stabile

Dr. Nick received his doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia and his bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He Practices Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP), a technique that uses the most current research and techniques to gain permanent corrective changes to the spine. He has also served as an adjunct professor at William Paterson University. Dr. Nick has worked in the capacity of official chiropractor for the Red Bulls, the metropolitan area's professional soccer team, as well as for the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tournament held in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. Dr. Nick and his wife, Dr. Wendy, who is also a chiropractor, lecture on health related topics as a community service to businesses, government agencies, as well as athletic and social organizations.

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How to Reduce Screen Time and Improve Posture for a Healthier You

February 12, 20241 min read

screen time

It’s no secret that excessive screen time has become a common habit that can take a toll on our posture and overall well-being. As your partner in health, we wanted to share five mindful alternatives to limit screen time and promote better posture:

Get Moving: Engage in screenless activities, such as yoga, walking, or cycling. Not only will this benefit your posture, but it also boosts circulation and reduces tension.

Read: Instead of scrolling, pick up a book. Reading not only relaxes the mind but also encourages good posture while sitting.

Connect with Nature: Being in natural surroundings helps reduce stress, uplifts mood, and encourages an upright posture.

Engage in Hobbies: Rediscover old hobbies or explore new ones. Painting, playing a musical instrument, or doing crafts can be both fulfilling and beneficial for your posture.

Prioritize Face-to-Face Interactions: Make time for in-person interactions with friends and family.

Feeling the strain from screen time? Schedule a visit with us today to improve your posture and enhance your well-being!

reduce screen timeimprove posture
Dr. Nick received his doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia and his bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He Practices Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP), a technique that uses the most current research and techniques to gain permanent corrective changes to the spine. He has also served as an adjunct professor at William Paterson University. Dr. Nick has worked in the capacity of official chiropractor for the Red Bulls, the metropolitan area's professional soccer team, as well as for the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tournament held in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. Dr. Nick and his wife, Dr. Wendy, who is also a chiropractor, lecture on health related topics as a community service to businesses, government agencies, as well as athletic and social organizations.

Dr. Nicholas F. Stabile

Dr. Nick received his doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia and his bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He Practices Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP), a technique that uses the most current research and techniques to gain permanent corrective changes to the spine. He has also served as an adjunct professor at William Paterson University. Dr. Nick has worked in the capacity of official chiropractor for the Red Bulls, the metropolitan area's professional soccer team, as well as for the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tournament held in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. Dr. Nick and his wife, Dr. Wendy, who is also a chiropractor, lecture on health related topics as a community service to businesses, government agencies, as well as athletic and social organizations.

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