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23 years
How can one fix posture? Dnt want help from some belt Anything else?
Aug 21, 2014

Dr. Rania Mousa General Medicine
-Avoid slouching or a head-forward posture.
-Sit straight in your chair with your lower back supported, feet flat on the floor, and shoulders relaxed.
-Don't sit for long periods without getting up or changing positions.
-Take short breaks several times an hour to stretch your neck muscles
-If you work at a computer adjust the monitor so the top of the screen is at eye level.
-Use a document holder that puts your work at the same level as the screen.
-If you use the telephone a lot, use a headset or speaker phone. Don't cradle the phone on your shoulder.
-Adjust the seat of your car to a more upright position that supports your head and lower back. Make sure that you are not reaching for the steering wheel while driving. Your arms should be in a slightly flexed, comfortable position.
-Use proper lifting techniques,Lift with your knees, not your back.
-you can try book exercise ,put book on your head with straight stand to prevent book from falling and walk with it you will have results on long term
-remember always and you can put a reminder or ask your parents or friend to remind you every time you forget to insure that :
>Head tall and strong
>Shoulders back and chest open
>Pelvis Tucked and centered

-During sleeping :On your side, with a pillow between your knees. A contoured cervical pillow under your neck will help keep your head aligned with your spine.
Consider memory foam or supportive fiberfill or waterfloat pillows.
Change your sleeping position if you are a stomach sleeper

-Avoid regular use of aspirin, NSAIDs (Advil, Ibuprofen, etc) and over the counter pain medication to avoid stomach, liver and kidney damage associated with frequent use of these drugs. Try Topicals for equal or superior pain relief. Also, try alternating hot and cold compresses (15-20 minutes) to relax tight muscles and relieve pain.

-you can also benefit if you have a visit to check your spine curvature in images with a doctor and see severity
-make physical sessions with a physical therapist .
-reduce stress