Adjustable Magnetic Posture Support
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Are you sick of nagging neck, shoulder and back pain?
Are you aware that you slouch, but when concentration is on other tasks, like work, your attention to your posture is forgotten?
Do you work in an environment conducive to poor posture or do you or someone you know carry heavy backpacks regularly?
Then you need something to help correct this before it is too late!!
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- * Its easy to put on and take off – not complicated like some
- * It’s fully adjustable
- * Has quality 800 gauss magnets that are placed along your spine and lumbar to help relieve pain
- * Easily concealed under your clothing – noone even knows you are wearing it.
- * It is unisex – so can be worn by males and females
- * 2 Sizing options –
Small to Medium size for 61 cm to 81 cm waist (recommended for approx chest size 76 cm – 95 cm)
Large to Extra Large size for 82 cm to 117 cm waist (recommended for approx chest size 96 – 115cm)
If you’re looking to correct your posture, give yourself a pat on the back. More and more people are becoming concerned about correcting their posture, and for good reasons. In the computer age, where many people slouch at their desk for hours, bad posture is becoming more and more of a problem. Getting an early start on reversing bad posture is your best bet for avoiding serious problems down the road.
If you are concerned about a rounded back and shoulders, a posture support brace is a good place to start.
While a posture brace won’t automatically reverse bad posture, the right posture support brace will help remind you throughout the day about proper posture.
Do something about it right now
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Why use a posture support?
Posture: “the positioning of the different body parts relative to one another. Good posture is achieved by vertically aligning the different “blocks of weight” of the body (head, shoulders, abdomen and hips), allowing for the natural curve of the spine with minimal distortions.
If you have bad posture, often referred to as round shoulder syndrome, it may be causing you unnecessary back aches and neck aches. Poor posture most often happens in the working environment, such as sitting all day at a desk or packing goods at a table.
Now you can easily rectify the problem by using a support to control your posture.
These braces act mostly as a firm “reminder” that you can straighten your spine and maintain a healthy sitting or standing position – and hopefully, eradicate those unnecessary pains from posture.
The main benefit of posture support braces for the upper back is that they remind you to correct your posture, they don’t automatically do it for you.
One major problem that these postural braces help to rectify is the poor awareness associated with longstanding postural habits. Wearing a posture brace for just a few hours a day can assist your body to understand the feeling associated with normal posture.
Symptoms of poor posture can include:
- Rounded shoulders
- Bent knees when standing or walking
- Head that either leans forward or backward
- Back pain
- Body aches and pains
- Muscle fatigue
Don’t just think about it – take action and do something now!!
Buy it now to secure one before they run out!!
We are so sure you will be happy that we offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
(subject to item not having any signs of being worn)
How to use your posture support
This posture brace offers strong elastic support and helps to prevent slouching. Wear it a couple of times throughout the day 30 – 60 minutes each time and you should get some good results.
Things to remember
- The complications of poor posture include back pain, spinal dysfunction, joint degeneration, rounded shoulders and a potbelly.
- Poor neck posture leasds to a forward head position which is one of the most common causes of neck, head and shoulder tension and pain.
- Long term abnormal neck posture leads to muscel strain, disc herniations, arthritis, pinches nerves and instability. A major part of head, neck, jaw and shoulder pain is due to poor posture.