Central nervous system
We learn the ability to maintain a correct posture from birth. Among the chaotic movements, the Central Nervous System selects the most optimal ones and they are remembered by the CNS in an independent manner without the participation of our consciousness. Thanks to this ability of the Central Nervous System, we begin to walk. In childhood, our attention is directed to our movement. We learn movement.
Unfortunately, once we learn the movement or program our OUN, we move without the participation of our consciousness. Our attention is now focused on the environment, which is why we lose this natural ability to learn the movement at the age of 7-11 and from that moment we start to acquire improper habits leading to poor body posture. How are we doing? When thinking about work, we think about the muscles. Meanwhile, the most important is the proper arrangement of the bones or structural elements of our body.