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There are posture fixers on amazon for like $20 which can help. Just wear it like 20 minutes a day i believe [link]
It is the first I have tried. The underarms can get uncomfortable if you need it as badly as I do (and are overly active—I’m generally not), so feel free to do some independent research if that sounds like a concern.
Edit: Also, an added bonus is that I can breathe more easily. It definitely makes sense though, as the diaphragm can expand and contract the way it is designed to instead of mashing against organs 😅
I have this one and I feel it helps. I wear for about an hour a day most days.
I also recommend looking up some stretches for posture and hips (it’s all related) and doing them regularly. I know it’s helped me a ton!
Posture Corrector For Men And... [link]
^ that’s the one I bought. I realized that I would hunch my shoulders, not aggressively, to hide my chest and realized it only when my back started hurting. This has been pretty helpful in alleviating the pain and fixing that issue.
I have had the exact same issues with my neck/trapezius/numbness. I got a posture corrector from amazon that helped immensely with being able to hold my head up for longer periods of time without having to lie prone to rest. I also just felt better whenever wearing it in general. Still, I would only wear it when you feel you need to as you don't want to rely on it too much and further weaken the muscles. In terms of addressing the issue, my PT recommended neck, shoulder, and upper back strengthening exercises, as well as stretching the neck, trapezius, and pecs.
Here is the posture corrector I use: [link]
Not gonna lie. I sent him one of these for christmas.
Posture Corrector For Men And Women - Adjustable Upper Back Brace For Clavicle To Support Neck, Back and Shoulder (Universal Fit, U.S. Design Patent) [link]
I used a back brace and it did way more good than the backpod. If you combine this with some upper body mobilization excersise, like open book, it might be a way cheaper and more effective option. Here is the item below if it helps anyone.
I bought that to keep myself mindful and in better posture for longer periods. There isn't really an easy answer other than to just maintain the posture and keep coming back to the better posture after falling out of it.
Someone else mentioned exercises. If you have the means, you might go see a physical therapist who can assess your posture and create a routine for you to reach your goal.
A cheap back brace is absolutely worth it. I grabbed one of these (amazon link). It doesn't do much other than annoy you & feel uncomfortable if your posture is bad. That was a big enough reminder for me.
Helps me keep my shoulders back and correct my slouch when hobbying/programming.
Got this one on Amazon. Has great reviews and feels good: Posture Corrector For Men And Women - USA Patented Design - Adjustable Upper Back Brace For Clavicle Support and Providing Pain Relief From Neck, Back and Shoulder (Universal) [link]
I gained a ton of weight over quarantine, and my back was starting to look like Trisha’s from working from home. I got this and it saved me!
I'm not especially large busted but I do have a bad habit of rolling my shoulders forward. For the past couple of years, I've used a shoulder brace to keep my shoulders back and it's made a world of difference in my posture while riding. It's just a light brace that slips around each shoulder and gently keeps them back. This is the one I have -
It's comfortable and has helped a lot. (hope it's okay to post the link)
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They have devices to help with this!
Upright has little things that buzz if you start to slouch. I’ve never used them but it looks like it has good reviews. [link]
I have used a posture corrector similar to this one on Amazon. It's a bit of a weird sensation and you'd only want to use it in private but it wad helpful! (It you don't want to click the link, search posture corrector on Amazon.) [link]
$12. For the lazy
I don't know how well they work but you could try something like this
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Periodically wearing a posture corrector will also help.
it's your posture that's the problem.
Follow this guide to improve it and your pain should go down. If you are having trouble, consider purchasing a posture corrector and wearing it under your clothes, like this one (apologies for amazon link):
Sure! here ya go:
How’s your posture? It sounds like something is compressing your spine. Strengthening your core may help (all of the muscles, abs are the least of which!). I have terrible posture and a weak core. This can help, but is no way a magic bullet.
Also sitting is the devil. Stand up if you can (with proper form), and walk often. Stretch your piraformis muscle, drink plenty of water, avoid excessive sugars and saturated fats.
Finally, pain is something that must be managed. Your disks will not return to normal, so you need to form good habits now to prevent them from herniating (I have one, it is debilitating when it flares up!).
Stay positive and good luck!
It's probably your posture. If you're constantly in pain, I would recommend you look into ergonomical chair.
I use this because of my back injures but it may help too.
Something like this may also help.
Or just see a doctor?
Invest in a posture corrector:
Posture Corrector For Men And Women - USA Designed Adjustable Upper Back Brace For Clavicle Support and Providing Pain Relief From Neck, Back and Shoulder (Universal) [link]
I found working out at all really helped. I also find myself hunching a bit when I am holding my baby and standing so I work on not doing that.
Use a back brace. It's helped me. It will be sore and painful the first 5 days bc it is correcting your posture