4 Key Areas Where You Can Improve Your Posture

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Written By Sierra Powell / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

It takes some effort and patience to improve your posture, but it is well worth it – good posture can help you look and feel better. If you want to stop slouching or alleviate back pain, begin by improving your posture in all aspects of your life, whether you're sitting at a computer or standing. Here are some tips on how to improve your posture.

1. Redistribute

A fantastic method to avoid posture problems? Take a strong stance. You'll feel better and appear better — even slimmer. Assume you measure your height against a wall. Maintain a straight head and tuck your chin in for more comfort.

Your ears should be slightly higher than the center of your shoulders. Arrange your shoulders back, your knees straight, and your stomach tucked in. Avoid exposing your booty or hips. Straighten your spine so that it seems as though your head is stretching toward the sky.

A chiropractic clinic may assist you in obtaining the necessary therapy to correct your posture. You may do an internet search for the closest clinic using platforms such as

2. Preserving Proper Posture While Sleeping

While sleeping, use pillows to support your back. Adding pillows may offer support regardless of whether you sleep on your back, stomach, or side. Essentially, you want to put a cushion wherever your body meets the mattress.

For example, if you sleep on your stomach, which is the worst position for your back and posture, support your stomach with a flat cushion. For your head, use a flat cushion or none.

If you sleep on your side, put a pillow between your knees and draw them closer to your chest. Choose a head pillow that supports your spine straight or a complete body cushion.

When lying down, turn your body in unison. While in bed, avoid twisting at the waist. Rather than that, maintain your back straight and your abdominal muscles firm, and reposition yourself by turning your whole body.

Maintain proper posture when sleeping by selecting a comfy mattress. While you may have heard that one mattress is superior to another when it comes to maintaining a healthy back, the reality is that whatever works best for you is optimal. Choose one that allows you to sleep well and awaken pain-free.

3. Proper Posture While Standing

In general, you want to stand in such a manner that your spine's curvature is supported. It may help to realize that your spine has three natural curves: one at the neck, one in the mid back, and one in the lower back, according to the National Institutes of Health.

If you keep your head up, your shoulders will fall back, and you will retain the most natural neck and alignment possible. Keeping your earlobes aligned with your shoulders may assist with this.

Additionally, proper alignment entails standing with most of your weight on the balls of your feet and allowing your arms to hang naturally at your sides. Additionally, tuck your tummy in to prevent arching your back and maintain a shoulder-width distance between your feet to ensure your weight is properly distributed.

4. Improving Your Posture While Sitting

Ascertain that your back is perpendicular to your thighs. Maintain a straight angle between your thighs and calves. Maintain straight and square shoulders, an upright posture, and an aligned neck, back, and heels.

Align your back with the office chair's back. This can assist you in preventing slouching or slumping forward, which you may do after sitting at your desk for an extended period.

Sit on your hands to check your posture. While seated on the floor, place your hands under your sit bones. Assure that your hands face downward. Adjust your position until you feel the weight evenly distributed between your palms.

While seated, adjust your legs and maintain your feet flat. It would help if you had your feet flat on the floor and looking forward. Contrary to popular belief, do not cross your legs or ankles. Your thighs should be parallel to the floor.

Locate a supportive chair that will assist you in maintaining proper posture. Utilize an ergonomically-built chair that provides appropriate support for your whole back, including the curve at the bottom.

Additionally, ensure that it is sized appropriately for your height and weight. If you cannot get a new ergonomic chair, consider placing a small cushion in the small of your back for lumbar support.

These suggestions will help the vast majority of individuals who suffer from back discomfort. If following any of these recommendations increases discomfort or pain spreading to the legs, discontinue the activity and see a physician, chiropractor, or physical therapist.

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Written By:

Sierra Powell graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a major in Mass Communications and a minor in Writing. When she's not writing, she loves to cook, sew, and go hiking with her dogs.

Reviewed By:

Founder Ray Spotts has a passion for all things natural and has made a life study of nature as it relates to health and well-being. Ray became a forerunner bringing products to market that are extraordinarily effective and free from potentially harmful chemicals and additives. For this reason Ray formed Trusted Health Products, a company you can trust for clean, effective, and healthy products. Ray is an organic gardener, likes fishing, hiking, and teaching and mentoring people to start new businesses. You can get his book for free, “How To Succeed In Business Based On God’s Word,” at

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