Let your chest enter the room/booth first! It’s #BoothHealth Tuesday and many people (especially women) live and move with their breastbone held down. Often they are “protecting” themselves, their modesty, their psychological sensitivities. This posture drags the collarbones down and the shoulders roll forward causing the neck and head to jut forward. The stress that this causes at the back of the neck can lead to a build-up of connective tissue, which can result in a condition known as “dowager’s hump.” Lift from the crown of the head and the ribs to avoid this.