FORWARD HEAD POSTURE FIX IS THE SIMPLEST PROGRAM YOU CAN USE TO INSTANTLY IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE FOR G
When the problem seems so obvious and the symptoms appear so damaging, you have to ask, why isn’t more being done to fix forward head posture?
Why are doctors and physicians so reluctant to diagnose the problem as postural?
Go complaining to your doctor of back pain, and they’ll treat the symptom by suggesting back pain exercises or ways of relieving the pain locally often with medication.
Because forward head posture presents so many different symptoms, which often look similar or identical to other problems, it’s never obvious whether forward head posture is the root of all of these symptoms.
That’s why doctors normally blame the symptoms on lack of exercise or stress.
They’re wrong, of course, because EVEN IF you do exercise regularly you can STILL suffer from forward head posture, simply because of how you sit or text day after day.
As you can see, it’s not your fault.
But now that you know this, you have the choice to be able to do something about it…
… and do something before it’s TOO LATE
INTRODUCING ONE OF THE BODY'S MOST VITAL MUSCLES… THAT YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF
Your neck is literally the BRIDGE between your head and your body. It’s the balance beam from which good posture flows.
Although there are a number of major muscles in the neck and back, there is one “vital” muscle at the front of your neck which does all the lifting…
… that muscle is: the sternocleidomastoid.
The sternocleidomastoid originates at the breastplate (sternum) and collar bone (clavicle) and inserts at the mastoid process of the temporal bone of the skull.
When your sternocleidomastoid is strong and supple, your head sits perfectly upon your neck. The body follows the head. When your head is properly aligned as it should be the rest of the spine falls into place.
By holding your head in place it maintains your spine in a healthy, lengthened position and removes stress and tension from your upper, middle and lower back muscles. Your upper torso is optimally lengthened, keeping your windpipe clear and allowing maximum intake of breath into your lungs, increasing oxygen levels and improving brain function.
When you eliminate forward head posture, you…
… achieve peak performance with greater lung capacity and optimized hormones.
… appear to be 10 lbs lighter and 2 inches taller.
… train harder, heavier and gain strength faster than you thought possible.
… are more focused and clear-thinking.
… protect your spine from wear and tear.
… breathe and sleep better without snoring.
… increase your confidence so you're not self-conscious.
This muscle is the key to your postural health. But any imbalance or weakness in this vital connection between your head and torso sendsshockwaves through your body.
And what is the No.1 cause of this imbalance that causes weakness in your sternocleidomastoid muscle?
YOUR POOR HEAD POSTURE IS MAKING YOU LOOK 10 LBS HEAVIER AND 2 INCHES SHORTER THAN YOU ACTUALLY ARE
As the main connector between your upper torso and skull, the neck has the crucial task of cradling the body’s computer — the brain.
When I personally discovered that I suffered from Forward Head Posture, I was shocked at the impact it had on my health. The number of symptoms I could directly trace back to poor posture was just as shocking.
Not only does Forward Head Posture give your back that ugly hunch and crouched-over look… it also causes much deeper, serious problems including:
Constant fatigue and lack of energy
Pain in your neck, shoulders or upper, lower and middle back
Permanent damage to your joints, muscles, ligaments, blood vessels & nerves
Headaches and migraines
Poor sleep or insomnia
Impaired athletic performance
Loss of height by 2 inches
Looking 10 lbs fatter than you actually are
Affects your hormonal health
Noisy mouth breathing, snoring & sleep apnea
Early degeneration of your spine
Pinched and trapped nerves
Decreased range of motion
Lack of confidence
Blood Flow to the Brain
Decreased lung capacity by up to 30%
Harmful affects to vision and hearing
Jaw pain and sinus issues
Dizziness, vertigo and balance issues
Burdens your digestive system
If you’ve suffered any of these without realizing the root problem was Forward Head Posture, you’re not alone.
Forward Head Posture or FHP affects nearly everybody, yet hardly anyone understands the serious long-term physical and mental damage it can cause.
And it’s the most important muscle in your neck that dictates just how strong and healthy our posture and well-being is.