Frequently Asked Questions about Posture Correctors
1.Do Posture Correctors Work?
This question is well answered in a separate post. Check it out here "Do Posture Work?"
2.Are Posture Correctors Any Good?
Research out there suggests that braces can definitely help to improve posture and reduce slouching. However, it’s best to think of these devices as training assistants for a better posture than perceiving them as miracle workers. It’s all about training your muscles to remember to be in an posture, eventually walking without the brace or device.
3.How Long Should I Wear A Posture Corrector?
It is advisable that wear the posture brace daily for a few minutes or hours.I would suggest using your posture corrector until you feel comfortable in an upright posture without it. This may take long, but it will be worth it!
4.Will this pinch my arms/shoulders?
No, unless you are wearing the posture corrector incorrectly. If you experience pinching either you are wearing it too tight or you are slouching your shoulders into the posture corrector too much. Loosen the straps to your comfort level and pull those shoulders back! That's the beauty of Posture Corrector, if you are slouching, it will become uncomfortable, forcing you to keep your shoulders back to regain comfort. It is the perfect way to strengthen your muscles to develop long term healthy posture.
5. Will this weaken my back muscles?
No it will not! Our posture corrector is not made out of super stiff material that will keep your posture locked in place like a cement vest, nor is that even healthy. Our posture corrector is an aid that helps your muscles maintain the correct posture, acting as a constant reminder to your and your muscles that keep your posture straight. Your muscles will develop over time to maintain it
6.Which Posture Corrector Is Best?
It depends on your specific needs. For instance, for office-use, you might want something strapless or that you can wear under your clothes.
7.How To Use A Posture Corrector?
Using a posture corrector is pretty simple. You don’t need help putting them on. The main thing is to adjust your posture corrector to fit your specific body size. That may be the hardest part. Wear it regularly and let your muscles adapt to the changes.