Advanced bending is most common among the elderly population, but now, through simple treatment, you can straighten your back and improve the quality of life and pain-free. At a certain age are beginning to suffer strong muscles (osteoporosis, the popular language). This material depletion causes the body to lose strength squad and all the trauma, even small, it caused a wrong move, enough to cause fractures in the vertebrae, especially among the elderly population.
Good posture is described as the ideal positioning of the whole body whether it is in a sitting or standing position. Good sitting posture is when the body put its weight to a more relaxed manner. The body has a less strain on the neck, shoulders and back. Achieving the correct sitting posture will provide a good breathing capability due to the weight that is placed on the chair and not on the spine. In this manner, the ribs can move freely and lets the air flow continuously and properly.
Posture exercises are a kind of posture corrector that helps the body to prevent from getting out of shape. Neck posture stretch or cervical retraction is done by pulling your head back towards the wall while standing straight leaning your back flat on the wall. In this way, your neck muscles are strengthened, preventing from having any neck injuries.
There are a lot of posture correctors available right now. If you have more spare time, you can do some posture exercises. Doing such exercises may solve your posture problems and it can also maintain your bone flexibility.
There are four kinds of posture exercises that you can do in order for you to correct your posture. First is the cervical retraction, which is good for your neck. Second is for shoulder blade squeeze and to correct your shoulder alignment. Third is the breast lift, which is for strengthening your lower trapezius muscles; and lastly, the abdominal pull which is good for the abdominal muscle. To achieve the best result, these should be done thrice a week. For people who do not want to spend their money for some posture corrector braces, posture exercises is the suitable alternative.
If you feel that exercises would take so much of your time, maybe you can use a posture corrective brace. It is well recommended by doctors to support your neck, shoulders, back and spine. For most people who suffer from having bad posture, it is better to seek for some doctor’s advice on what kind of posture corrector is the best for your condition.