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Actually the best -: -way is 2 Google it. there U will find all kinds if abnormal postures & the causes. way 2 much to write an answer here. ...Read more
Stength and Practice: Strengthening the back muscles such as the rhomboids can help pull your shoulders back and straighten your posture. Also, stretching exercises to the front of you body can loosen contracted muscle that keep you bent forward. Finally, keeping your neck and head in alignment keeps the rest of your body upright too. Most important in reversing poor posture is remembering to practice. ...Read more
24 year virgin,m anemic,my BP normlly stays b/w 80-90/60mmHg,also hav postural hypotension,periods are sum wt irregular scanty flow,is it due to this?
82/40 hr 118 I have postural orthostatic tachy. Syndrome. Suppose to start new work tomorrow! BP never this low how can I get this up! ?
Can't say: You do not describe any of your symptoms and thus i can not even begin to answer your question. ...Read more
See below: It depends how severe the kyphosis is. If it is not too severe, stretching the muscles on the front of the body including the pectoral muscles and the hip flexor muscles can help. Doing posture retraining in a mirror helps. Occasionally using something called a posture training support which is a type of minimal brace can also be helpful. I have seen many people have results if they are vigilant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below...: Postural kyphosis means you tend to get a "hunch back" type of curve with standing. It is normal up to 50 degrees in the mid back (thoracic spine). It is abnormal in the cervical and lumbar spine. It can be corrected with postural exercises, muscle training, and occasionally needs surgery if it is excessive or progressing. ...Read more
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