Remember when your mother asked you to sit up straight? When you followed her order, you actually activated your back muscles and for a few moments you sat up straight. Unfortunately, you most likely slipped back to your slouching posture once your mum had left the room. Hence this is the reason you are maybe today searching for a “posture corrector” or other tools on search engines like Google to help you sit up straight.
Avoid lazy muscles
Most results will show braces which are designed to hold your shoulders back for you in a fixed position. This is often a good solution if you have broken your shoulder and for a few weeks need to have as little movement as possible in the healing process, but it also means that your muscles become "lazy" and weak as it is the brace that is doing all the work for you. If you are looking for a posture corrector that can help you to get to a point where you can hold an aligned posture without the need of any aid, most physiotherapists and chiropractors will recommend finding a product that does not overtake the muscles functionality.
Help to work on your muscles
Exercising is naturally always the best you can do, but unfortunately, this is something we can only do for a limited amount of hours. If you already do that and still struggle with your posture and have pain in neck, shoulder or back related to your posture, then, rather than wearing a posture corrector brace you may look for something that will work as a reminder of you to sit up straight, just as your mother told you. You need to work your muscles, you need to do the work yourself, but there is no shame in getting support and our medically approved product may benefit you. Read more about our award-winning products (Best Posture-Correcting Sports Wear Product for 2019 voted by Global Health & Pharma) below the images.