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Posted on 02-11-2014
Bad Posture. Asymmetries in posture and motion adversely affect the nervous system as follows: Electrical dysfunction of the nerve transmission through stress generated potentials from bone (streaming potentials and piezoelectricity). Electrical nerve interference has been linked to altered expression of one’s DNA, which can lead to many different diseases. Koch, 2002.
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