Answers to Common Children’s Health Questions

Premier Health providers answer frequently asked questions about pediatric health.

How can proper posture help studying?

Having good posture can help with more than just avoiding a pain in your neck and back. Keeping good posture while working at a computer, studying a text book, or writing a paper can help with a variety of issues from emotional fatigues to attention span, according to Premier Physician Network (PPN) physicians.

Additionally, having the proper posture can help avoid eye strain and headaches, PPN physicians say.

Having good posture keeps a person comfortable for a longer period of time, which helps maintain their attention and helps retain focus on the topic at hand, according to PPN physicians.

Talk to your doctor for more information about how proper posture can help with studying.

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Source: Anessa Alappatt, MD, Fairborn Medical Center; Christopher Aviles, MD, Beavercreek Family Physicians; Tracie Bolden, MD, Fairfield Road Physician Offices; Michael Chunn, MD, Michael A. Chunn, MD Family Practice; Christopher Lauricella D.O, Family Medicine of Vandalia; Melinda Ruff, MD, Centerville Family Medicine; Paul Weber, MD, The Pediatric Group; Joseph Allen, MD, Family Medicine of Vandalia; Michael Barrow, MD, Samaritan North Family Physicians; Aleda Johnson, MD, Liberty Family Medicine; Lisa Wright, MSN, NP-C, Ann DeClue, MD; Mark Casdorph, DO, Upper Valley Outpatient Behavioral Health

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