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Working from home? Keep your posture in check with this corrector

Maisie Bovingdon
Shopping writer
Is working from home wreaking havoc with your back? (Getty Images)

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When working from home, or lounging around indoors, it can be easy to slouch over and hunch your back.

Add to the mix daily stresses, which can cause the upper body to stiffen up even more, with all of the tension locked in the back, neck and shoulders.

As all of the tension builds up in your torso, it can wreak havoc with your spine and posture.

For those who are desperate to alleviate that discomfort, and ease the tightness, a posture corrector aims to help.

The unisex Gearari Posture Corrector is one of the top-rated back braces on Amazon, which customers have praised as an “excellent product”.

Buy it: Posture Corrector for Men and Women | £13.99 (Was £34.99) from Amazon


Posture Corrector for Men and Women

The corrector is worn in a similar way to a rucksack, as your arms slip through the loop, while the back has a porous padding to align your vertebrae.

The adjustable straps at the back allow you to regulate the tension to suit your preference, and realign your vertebrae.

The prop, which has been approved by the FDA, also has an adjustable breathable clavicle support for the wearer’s comfort, especially when worn underneath clothes.

Customers can’t get enough of the device, which has received over 70% worth of five star reviews.

One review read: “I really like the way it feels its like wearing a back pack (rucksack) but without the weight, you can conceal it under a shirt etc, it's light weight, it's brilliant for keeping your back straight and your aware of it attached to your body so you keep thinking of keeping up right. I'm very happy with this product.”

A second added: “The design is excellent, no fraying on the stitching so it's pretty robust. It really does pull back your shoulders and gives you instant comfort.

“After around 4 days of constant use I can definitely feel a difference, if I hadn't of used this over those days I would of slouched constantly which means more money to help correct the posture again.”

Plus, the brace, which has also been named a back straightener, is now on sale, as it has been reduced from £34.99 to just £13.99 on the online shopping site.