Poor posture can lead to a host of physical problems, such as back pain, but the way you sit and stand can also reveal important clues abour your personality to others.
Body language expert Inbaal Honigman and occupational therapist at furniture specialist HSL, Julie Jennings revealed the most common posture positions and what they tell other people about our personalities.
While standing up straight making a person seem trustworthy and open, slouching and tipping your head in the ‘avoidance’ pose can make others feel self-conscious.
Positions like the ‘stooping’ pose can project positive attributes like being attentive or a good listener – however leaning forward in the pose for too long can make someone feel unnerved.
Here, FEMAIL reveals common posture positions and what…
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