a 96% satisfaction rate for sore feet worldwide - express delivery

What Causes Poor Posture?

by MASS4D® Insoles

Poor Posture

Poor posture is becoming a common health concern today. However, the issue is that most people do not consider it a ‘problem’. Once considered as a sign of ageing, poor posture now affects young men and women, as well as children.

Poor posture can be observed when:

  1. the right and left sides of the body are not evenly aligned;
  2. the head and neck stick out too far forward; or
  3. when someone is in a slouched over position.

This uneven posture can affect someone’s visual appearance, confidence levels, and can lead to physical problems such as arthritis, joint pain and muscle tension.

Foot Pain Relief, Injury Prevention, Better Posture and Sports Performance in One Insole     buy now

Although there are many common causes of poor posture, it is important to remember that posture begins at the feet and works its way up towards the knees, hips, spine, shoulders and head.

Some of the methods used to determine poor posture include conducting self-evaluation tests to see if there is a mismatch in the way your body looks in the mirror.

Correcting posture is a process which involves a mix of stretching and strengthening exercises, awareness of poor postural habits, and even good nutrition.

If you have flatfoot posture, MASS4D® foot insoles can help support your foot in its optimal position so that other postural problems can be resolved as well.

Proper support and balance of the feet will lead to optimal functioning of the body, and promote balance. With our insoles, you can improve overall body posture from the bottom up. 

Copyright 2018 MASS4D® All rights reserved. 

Foot Pain Relief, Injury Prevention, Better Posture and Sports Performance in One Insole     buy now

Related Links

Also in Articles

Improve Posture with Pilates
3 Ways Your Posture Improves With Pilates

by MASS4D® Insoles November 16, 2020

Pilates refers to a series of exercises that target the core – the abdomen, obliques, lower back, inner and outer thigh, and so on. The movements involved in pilates also help to improve flexibility and posture while promoting core stability.

Read More

Is There A Link Between Insoles And Back Pain?
Is There A Link Between Insoles And Back Pain?

by MASS4D® Insoles July 22, 2018

It is common for people to mistakenly believe that insoles lead to increased pain in the lower back. On the contrary, insoles help to relieve any stress caused by foot posture problems on the back. When your feet move properly, you can expect to feel an improvement in your condition as well.

Read More

Knee Pain
What is Knee Pain?

by MASS4D® Insoles February 25, 2018

Your knees play an important role in helping you perform all kinds of movements such as walking, jumping, running or kicking. As the largest joint in the body, the knee forms a vital connection between your upper and lower leg.

Read More