Why does the body stiffen up when one sits for a while?

Why does the body stiffen up when one sits for a while?

In response to the above enquiry: “Why does your body stiffen up when you set [sic] for a while?”

It has a lot to do with your chair. Throw the chair away immediately.

In order for the body to maintain a bad posture, a crooked posture, a slouchy posture, which the chair forces the body into, the muscles have to tighten up to sustain that posture.

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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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