Look in the mirror. Is one shoulder or hip higher than the other? Asymmetries (I’ve heard them described them as “crookedness”, or “lopsidedness”) are normal, but you must get into, and out of, both sides of your body to prevent overloading
of a particular side. Why? Because uneven hips, knees, shoulders (and more) lead to joint and soft tissue breakdown, pain, one side dominance, autonomic stress, fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, visual issues, confusion, headaches, balance issues,
pelvic floor dysfunction…and the list goes on.