ACTIVE POSTURE SHIRTS OFFERS PLUS A CHANCE TO WIN ONE OF THEIR SHIRTS…

As a true advocate of the Active Posture Shirt, I thought it only right to let my readers know of their offers on the shirt plus a chance to win one of their shirts.

If you haven’t heard of the Active Posture Shirt before then you really should read all about it as seen on ITV’s Lorraine Show, The Telegraph, USA Today, Forbes, Sports Illustrated, Los Angeles Times, Healthline and more.  It makes sense that good posture will help anyone with spinal problems and I noticed a difference after wearing mine but I had no idea how many other people were looking for something like this for them.

It is obvious that to get the best ones of these tops/shirts to help with your posture and ease pain will definitely not be cheap but as with anything in life, you pay for what you get. I’ve only tried the posture correcting shirt from Active Posture at £99.95 so I cannot comment on any others that I have written about above,  but it’s a trial and error for anyone wanting to give this a try and Active Posture do offer you a money back guarantee and has five stars from 803 reviews. So maybe that’s why I had so many readers on my review of this top. 

There is 15% off the blue active posture shirt for women only (sorry gents) is a LIMITED EDITION COLOUR!  which brings it down to £84.95 and if you opt into their newsletter you have the chance to win a free posture shirt 20.

 

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ACTIVE POSTURE SHIRT ON ITV’S LORRAINE…

On Thursday 8th November on ITV’s Lorraine program Dr. Hilary talked about back pain.

He explained how many people suffer from back pain but if you promote good posture it could help to alleviate some of the pain, especially in the thoracic and neck region.

With today’s technology many people have their neck bent for most of Active Posture’s, posture shirt can help with this problem by correcting your posture for you which was worn on Lorraine.

I have reviewed this shirt before as I felt a real benefit in my thoracic area after wearing it.

If you missed it then this is the link to the second review which basically explains all about the posture correcting shirt from Active Posture.

It makes sense that good posture will help anyone with spinal problems and I noticed a difference after wearing mine but I had no idea how many other people were looking for something like this for them.

I have since done a little bit more research on posture correcting items which are quite widely available on the internet. They vary in price from this brace posture orthotic corrector back adjuster for as little as £5.42 from Gear Best to a posture brace/corrector from Back Pain Help at £39.99

Amazon has over 8,000 results for Posture Correctors which again vary in price but if I type in posture correcting shirt then you have to scroll over quite a few pages to find a proper posture shirt like this Skins Mens DNAmic Ultimate K-Proprium Posture Top at £98.23 which states that it has Biomechanically placed Proprioceptive Power Bands wrap the body’s prime movers to give them the support they need to stay activated and able to control motion for longer periods of time. But it doesn’t go into any detail about it helping with pain.  

Tommie Cooper Womens Posture Shirt also on Amazon has said it has targeted compression to the shoulders and muscles along the spine and helps relieve everyday aches and pains at a cost of £72-£197. 

It is obvious that to get the best ones of these tops/shirts to help with your posture and ease pain will definitely not be cheap but as with anything in life, you pay for what you get. I’ve only tried the posture correcting shirt from Active Posture at £89.95 so I cannot comment on any others that I have written about above,  but it’s a trial and error for anyone wanting to give this a try and Active Posture do offer you a money back guarantee and has five stars from 803 reviews. So maybe that’s why I had so many readers on my review of this top. 

ONE OF MY MOST POPULAR POSTS IN SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER ON MY REVIEW OF A POSTURE CORRECTING SHIRT…

One of my most popular posts in September and in October was my review on the posture correcting shirt. It totally broke all records and hit a massive 856 for the second post. The majority of readers came from Facebook and WordPress but also search engines.

If you missed it then this is the link to the second review which basically explains all about the posture correcting shirt from Active Posture.

It makes sense that good posture will help anyone with spinal problems and I noticed a difference after wearing mine but I had no idea how many other people were looking for something like this for them.

I have since done a little bit more research on posture correcting items which are quite widely available on the internet. They vary in price from this brace posture orthotic corrector back adjuster for as little as £5.42 from Gear Best to a posture brace/corrector from Back Pain Help at £39.99

Amazon has over 8,000 results for Posture Correctors which again vary in price but if I type in posture correcting shirt then you have to scroll over quite a few pages to find a proper posture shirt like this Skins Mens DNAmic Ultimate K-Proprium Posture Top at £98.23 which states that it has Biomechanically placed Proprioceptive Power Bands wrap the body’s prime movers to give them the support they need to stay activated and able to control motion for longer periods of time. But it doesn’t go into any detail about it helping with pain.  

Tommie Cooper Womens Posture Shirt also on Amazon has said it has targeted compression to the shoulders and muscles along the spine and helps relieve everyday aches and pains at a cost of £72-£197. 

It is obvious that to get the best ones of these tops/shirts to help with your posture and ease pain will definitely not be cheap but as with anything in life, you pay for what you get. I’ve only tried the posture correcting shirt from Active Posture at £89.95 so I cannot comment on any others that I have written about above,  but it’s a trial and error for anyone wanting to give this a try and Active Posture do offer you a money back guarantee and has five stars from 803 reviews. So maybe that’s why I had so many readers on my review of this top. 

REVIEW ON A POSTURE CORRECTING SHIRT FOR BACK AND SPINAL PAIN…

I have been trying out the Posture correcting Shirt from ActivePosture.co.uk which has NeruoBand technology to help with back and spinal pain.

For years I have been putting on a lumber support which is a bit like a corset for when I go on long distance travel journeys but I’m never sure if it makes any difference but I feel safer in the corset in case of an accident. With the female Posture Shirt I felt a difference immediately I put it on. My spine felt secure wrapped in this tight band. After a short while I felt a warmth coming through which was pleasant and reassuring.

The way this top corrected my posture was of great importance to me as I work on the laptop for most of my day and I know that improved posture would help with some of my back pain and this was definitely the case while wearing it. It was developed to activate muscle memory and create postural awareness which is important for anyone with any type of spinal problem.

After three days of increasing the hours of wearing it I could soon feel the difference in my lumber spine and will write another review when I have worn it for a bit longer as I feel it is something that should become part of your wardrobe. Although this top is not cheap (£99.95) I do feel it’s worth this price and they do have a 30 day money back guarantee if it didn’t suit you.

In addition to offering evidence based extensive medical research ActivePosture also shares a rather impressive list of nearly two dozen orthopedics, medical directors, physical therapist and various other medical professionals who currently serve on their advisory board, so this product is not just a one off bit of design and technology.

The Posture Shirt 2.0 is engineered with a patented NeuroBand Technology that uses a proprietary blend of variable important biofeedback for muscle retraining.

Their leaflet says that you will experience:

A Gentle Pull

Thermogensis Muscle Heat (This is your muscles activating)

Pain Relief

Muscle Fatigue (Due to increased muscle activity)

Correct Body Alignment

Improved Performance

Faster Recovery Rate

Increased Mobility.

ActivePosture suggest you wear the shirt to your own comfort level so I started with three hours a day then over a couple of days increased it to 6 hours. They also suggested that I had the zipper style rather than the pullover style as I am having problems with my arms and the pull over style would be harder to put on.

If you experience slight soreness in your upper or lower back muscles, stop wearing the product for the rest of the day and wear it again the following day. This gradual progress enables a smooth, easy transition, and helps maintain an aligned posture.

So far I am very impressed with this Posture Shirt and will continue wearing it intermittently and will write another review in a few weeks time.

POSTURE AT WORK TO HELP AVOID BACK PAIN…

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With some many of us sitting at our desks for many hours in one day, it’s essential to take regular breaks. But also with a few simple measures you can prevent back ailments.

When you are seat your should be able to place your feet flat on the floor. If this is not possible then you should invest in a small foot stool.

You should have your lower back supported (with a lumber support or towel).

Try to maintain about a 90-degree (or slightly greater) angle between your thighs and your back.

Try to keep your forearms, wrists and hands in a straight line.

Always have your computer screen slightly below eye level.

Never cross your legs as it tilts the pelvis too far forward and can increase the spinal curve at the small of the back.

Try to arrange your work area so that all the items you use regularly are within easy reach.

Don’t hold your telephone handset between your ear and your shoulder, use a headset or speaker phone as this can not only cause lumber problems but cervical problems as well.

Make sure you take regular breaks to walk around the office throughout your day.