Way more than just back pain relief
Good posture becomes more and more of an issue in our society. We sit too many hours at our desks and tables, on our couches and chairs every single day. And in the evenings we love to lay down on our couches. Most often in very bad positions that cause back and hip pain over time. But did you know that 90% of all Americans use the wrong mattresses and pillows for their sleep? And spend whole nights in wrong sleeping positions because of this? No wonder that back pain is the number one condition people consult their doctors with.
What bad posture means for your body and health
Sitting, standing, lying and sleeping in a slouched position stresses your back. To be more detailed, these positions put pressure on the posterior structures of your spine. These include your intervertebral discs, facet points, ligaments and muscles. Additionally, poor posture can lead to tension headaches. If you correct your posture you can reduce muscle tension and relief the pain coming from tension headaches.
A forward head posture (turtle neck) puts strain on your upper back, shoulders and neck. Correcting your posture, the joints and ligaments are less stressed and less prone to chronic conditions. Crooked sitting and standing leads to hip strain. This happens if you frequently prefer to balance your weight on one side over the other. If your posture is not even, this can lead to more pain and more serious conditions in the future.
Breathing is another function that is affected by bad posture. If you’re slouching, you compress your lungs. Over time this can lead to less lung capacity. Compressing your vital organs, the blood circulation in your whole body gets worse. Healthy blood flow requires proper alignment and if you rest too much time in bad body positions, your organs aren’t going to work as well as they’re supposed to.
Our jaw muscles and mandibular joint experience more stress and tension if your head is in a forward position. That can lead to pain while eating, talking and jaw movements. You may hear a clicking sound when opening your mouth as well.
Last but not least, your ability to perform at peak levels as an athlete declines with bad posture. If your posture becomes a chronic position, you may feel more pain while playing your favorite game of sports or while exercising. And longer injury and recovery times are certainly not what you want in your life, too.
What is good posture really?
You have a good posture when your spine is in a neutral position. In this neutral spine position, the muscles surrounding the spine are balanced and support the whole body equally.
When you’re sitting, both of your feet should rest flat on the floor. Your weight should be even on both hips. With a straight back you’ll have natural curves in your cervical, thoracic and lumbar areas and your shoulders are relaxed and a bit back. If you have a look at your ears, they should line up over your collarbones.
In a standing position your legs should have a slight knee bend. That prevents hyperextension or locking your knees joints. Now that we know how good posture should look and feel, let’s have a look at the benefits for your life and health.
The benefits of good posture
The most obvious benefit is back pain relief. With a stretched chest and strengthened core and upper back muscles, you’ll see and feel gradual and noticeable pain reduction very quickly.
Almost everyone has experienced tension headaches at one point in their lives. Goof posture drastically removes this type of headache, simply because your neck muscles are not stressed anymore. The impact this has on your quality of life can not be valued enough.
Good posture means that your muscles can work as they’re intended. They don’t need to work so hard anymore, which results in higher energy levels and less fatigue. You’ll feel energized from the moment of waking up till the minute you fall asleep. Doesn’t that sound nice?
Keeping your bones and joints aligned in their anatomically correct positions not only improves your physical fitness and performance. It also means less wear and tear of your muscles, joints and ligaments. You’ll be able to live pain free longer and will be able to live an active and healthy lifestyle, even at an advanced age. And isn’t this the most important part of our lives? Living a healthy and long life?
We already mentioned the impact that bad posture has on your organs and their functionality. In reverse, good posture helps your organs work at their full capacity and stay as healthy as they probably can. Again, this means less health conditions and a way better overall feeling throughout your whole life.
There are two other effects that good posture bring to your life. Both may only affect you indirectly, but they will truly change your life for the better. I speak of gaining an inch or two in height and the increase in self-confidence. Feeling better and more confident in yourself starts immediately with the change of your body position. Just pay attention to other people react on your new presence and you’ll be amazed.
How the Pro Posture Corrector Belt helps your posture straight away
We designed the Pro Posture in 6 different sizes so that it can help as many people as possible. Either measure your chest circumference or go with the weight system on our size chart. Thanks to the adjustable straps, you can fine tune the device for your individually perfect fit.
As soon as you put the Pro Posture on, you’ll immediately feel all the benefits of an improved posture. The device is suited for both men and women and even kids can benefit from it. Simply put the Pro Posture on like a backpack and adjust the straps accordingly. Within seconds you’ll have your personal posture trainer ready. Most people feel the difference within minutes. The Pro Posture takes weight off your shoulders and reduces the pressure on your spine and neck noticeably within minutes. No matter if you want to relieve back, neck or hip pain or if you want to feel more energized. Simply wear the Pro Posture at any activity you want. We recommend starting with 10 minutes per day for the first week and then add another 10 minutes per day each following week. Give your body some time to adapt and adjust. The new posture will become second nature very soon.
How to put the Pro Posture Corrector Belt on
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