Feb 13, 2024, 04:57 PM IST
Begin by becoming conscious of your posture throughout the day. Regularly check in with your body alignment, especially when sitting or standing for extended periods.
Ensure your work environment supports good posture. Adjust your chair, desk, and computer screen to encourage a neutral spine position and avoid straining your neck or back.
Engage in exercises that target your core muscles, such as planks, bridges, and abdominal crunches. A strong core provides essential support for maintaining proper posture.
Incorporate regular stretching into your daily routine to release tension in muscles that may contribute to poor posture, especially those in the chest, shoulders, and hips.
When sitting, keep your feet flat on the floor, knees at hip level, and maintain a slight inward curve in your lower back. Use a lumbar support cushion if needed to promote a natural spinal alignment.
Stand tall with your shoulders back and relaxed, chin parallel to the ground, and weight evenly distributed on both feet. Avoid locking your knees or slouching forward.
If you experience chronic pain or have difficulty correcting your posture on your own, consider consulting a physical therapist or chiropractor for personalised guidance and treatment.