Whether you stand up to eat or sit for dinner, your posture influences how much you enjoy your meal. Standing to eat mutes taste perception and reduces sensory sensitivity, resulting in a decreased enjoyment of food.
An older person's posture may give clues to hidden cognitive decline, a new study reports.
According to a new study, sleeping on your side helps the clear the brain of some neurotoxins, like amyloid beta, and could potentially reduce risk for developing some neurodegenerative disorders.
A new meta-analysis study reviews the effects of body posture on positive self-perception, reporting a dominant pose or strong upright posture can help people feel, and behave, more confidently.