Why good posture is important & how a posture corrector can help you
Good posture is one of the most important aspects when it comes to personal health. Posture is a word that we hear a lot. But what is it really? Posture is a word derived from the latin positura which essentially means “to put in place”. Posture refers to the correct positioning of the body parts when you are maintaining a position.
In medicine, good posture is known as a neutral spine, in which the spine should have three natural curves. When looking directly from the front, or the back, the spine should appear completely vertical.
When viewed from the side, the cervical region and the lumbar region should be bent inwards whereas the thoracic and pelvic regions should be bent outwards.
Maintaining good posture will help you avoid a number of conditions that you may encounter down the road such as back pain, joint diseases and problems associated with breathing and the heart.
Multiple behaviors that can contribute towards postural dysfunction are;
- Sedentary lifestyle
- Poor physical fitness
- Lack of exercise
- Stiffness of the joints
- Unhealthy workplace environments
Most often, bad posture is a result of your unhealthy habits and lack of awareness. You are most likely to sit, sleep or work in a way that is bad for your body. Modern work environments that rely on extended periods of sitting such as office environments can make you engage in bad posture without you even knowing it.
Such behavior can cause sore muscles, which can lead to stiffness in the back. If this is not remedied, the condition can become severe and permanent, leading to abnormal bone structures and muscle pains.
When the back is affected by bad posture, it will significantly degrade your quality of life. The spine is home to a vast number of nerve endings and all signals to the body is transmitted through these nerves. Thus, when the back is affected, the consequences you will have to face are severe.
A clinical trial conducted by the Mayo Clinic Rochester - Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Minnesota identified a significant improvement in patients who were experiencing back pains resulting from incorrect posture. Kaplan and Sinaki who conducted the study concluded that a posture corrector brace can reduce back pain by improving posture. From the 23 test subjects, 19 reported improved posture and no one reported worsening of back pain. Multiple other studies conclude similar results, stating posture corrector braces to offer a non-intrusive and economical option to practice good posture.
The posture corrector back brace by The Brace Lab is designed specifically to help those who are affected by or likely to have bad posture. The unique design will help your body get used to the correct posture by allowing you to gain muscle memory and train the body to maintain correct posture. Eventually, you will be able to maintain correct posture even without the aid of the back brace.
Why our Posture corrector back brace?
The posture corrector by The Brace Lab is specially design to help you train your body with minimal effort and understanding about posture. Extensive research was conducted on the best approach to anatomy as well as for materials. In addition to this, numerous tests conducted on various professions including osteoarthritis patients, office workers, receptionists, clerks and housekeepers.
The result? An amazing posture corrector brace made with intricate attention to every detail that you can wear with comfort and ease for extended periods of time. You do not need to know a thing about maintaining posture, the brace will do it for you. The soft and breathable materials are handpicked after immense research, ensuring comfort and great skin transpiration.
The posture corrector brace
It has been manufactured in collaboration with medical experts and reviewed by a Medical consultant (Doctorate in medicine), before finding its way to your doorstep. This back brace provides a great way to maintain and correct your posture, helping you lead a healthier and a much more fulfilling life and avoid posture related conditions in the future. The posture corrector brace is designed is such a way that it provides a seamless experience to the user and helps the users body adjust naturally to correct posture, without any additional effort from the users behalf.
You do not need to constantly remind yourself to maintain good posture, the back brace will do it for you, leaving you to focus on the tasks at hand. The wide, comfortable fitting straps help prevent slouching, hunching and rolling your shoulders forward, which adds to the convenience and ease.
This posture corrector brace provides an edge over the competition by addressing multiple issues present in the competing products in the market. One of the common issues are skin irritations and rashes in armpits. The Brace Lab back brace includes armpit protection to eliminate such issues.
The back brace by the Brace Lab utilizes 2.5 mm perforated fabric which ensures maximum transpiration and helps you skin breath when you wear the brace under clothes. This Airprene fabric is soft and enhances comfort as an added benefit. It also ensures the most comfortable fit.
Typical back braces are uncomfortable to wear provides next to no support and shows through clothing. The Brace lab protector, thanks to its sleek and discreet design puts such worries to rest. The brace can be worn underneath your attire and it will be unnoticeable to the outside. You may even wear it directly on your skin.
At the Brace Lab, we do not believe in the one size fits all philosophy. Unlike the competition that offers a single size which needs to be adjusted for each individual, we offer three sizes that can be custom tailored to give you the perfect fit.
The posture corrector brace by The Brace Lab is certified by the FDA and you can use it without any doubts.
We also offer 1-year warranty and a full refund if you are not satisfied with the product.
- Webster, Deborah, The Neutral Spine, wellbridge.com, archived from the original on 2007-08-22
- Roussouly, P.; Gollogly, S.; Berthonnaud, E.; Dimnet, J. (2005), Classification of the Normal Variation in the Sagittal Alignment of the Human Lumbar Spine and Pelvis in the Standing Position, SPINE, pp. 346–353
- KAPLAN, RICHARD S. et al. Posture Training Support: Preliminary Report on a Series of Patients With Diminished Symptomatic Complications of Osteoporosis. Mayo Clinic Proceedings , Volume 68 , Issue 12 , 1171 - 1176