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What's the best long-term sitting posture?

Short answer: there is no best long-term sitting posture. If there is any, take care of posture (I'd risk to say upright is best), and move every certain amount of time in the chair and/or around. I'...
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Does brace to correct posture work?

Here's an paper that might help you: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3554027/ The short conclusion is "Application of the scapular brace improved shoulder posture and scapular ...
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Can removal of internal organs (such as in hysterectomy) affect the posture of the body or the stomach?

I would say consult a doctor to confirm the problem. Removal of the Uterus usually doesn't cause to much of a shift, but I am sure there are a very few instances when it does. The uterus typically ...
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Sharp sudden pain in torso?

Check with doctor first. 1 - i think you have spin or disk hernia near L5-S1 or so 2 - is your posture poor or stable? 3 - if you sneeze (simulate real sneeze) does the pain triggers? Drink lot of ...
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What's the best long-term sitting posture?

From my experience, it is better to change postures while you sit long. Most often, I sit in a posture similar to below yoga posture 'Padmasana' in my chair, but not for so long, just for 5 or 10 ...
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