10 top tips for improving your posture

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Stand up straight - To achieve the correct standing position, stand up straight and imagine a string pulling you upwards towards the sky.

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Don't slouch at your desk - It is very important to resist the temptation to slump and swivel in your chair. It may feel good, but it’s very bad for your posture.

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Get up and move - Getting up from your desk and walking around for two minutes every half an hour should help you maintain a relaxed yet supported posture.

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Use posture-friendly props - It is a great idea to use a specially designed ergonomic chair that supports your whole back, including the curvature in the lower spine.

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Avoid 'text neck' - If you’re someone who spends a lot of time each day looking at their phone, be sure to stretch your neck regularly.

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Don't low-ride while driving - Don’t forget to pop a pillow behind your lower back to support that spine.

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Ditch the stilettos - If you have to wear some sort of heel, go for something chunky and low for daily wear.

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Sleep smart - When it comes to choosing a mattress, go for something firm, since this will support the spine’s natural shape.

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Firm up those abs - Specific exercises that target the abdominal and back muscles are a great way to ensure good posture.

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Avoid overprotecting postures - It is important to maintain a relaxed posture at all times, since tension and restricted movement will cause pain and problems down the line.

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