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There are many reasons why wearing a back brace can be beneficial. From improving posture to supporting healing after an injury. Back braces can make a huge difference to an affected person’s wellbeing and ability to return to their normal, daily activities. Good back braces work by holding your lower back in a fixed position. This prevent slouching and slumping that can impede recovery or exacerbate painful symptoms. Back braces can also be worn preventatively, e.g. while sitting at a desk for long period of time, to help keep your posture correct and prevent injuries from occurring in the first place. Poor posture can lead to longer-term problems, including back pain, spinal weakness and becoming more prone to other injuries
Back braces are not designed to be worn 24/7. Excessive use can actually be detrimental to the back and lead to atrophy of the muscles and a weakened core. It is vital that you get professionally fitted for a back brace to ensure a perfect, snug fit and the right balance of immobilisation for the back and flexibility for the rest of the body. The right-back brace also helps support the spine, intervertebral discs and vertebrae, as well as your neck and head to help ease pain and alleviate stress in these areas. It can also help ease painful symptoms associated with problems like whiplash, spinal fractures, spinal cord injuries and muscle sprains.
You can wear a back support belt and brace underneath your clothes for maximum convenience and discretion. They are easy to take on and off and are made from breathable materials to stop you from feeling sweaty or uncomfortable. You can get back braces in different sizes to suit different body types and support requirements. Wearing a back brace can help make movements such as standing up, sitting down and carrying things easier. Always seek professional medical advice before attempting to take on more strenuous tasks or lifting heavy objects.