Friday, October 31, 2014

Faburo Back Brace for Posture Support and Back Pain Review

I have tried this back brace for almost a month now.  It is for most sizes but not to well for the really overweight.  So my husband uses it more than me because the Velcro just barely fits around me.

 I have noticed it really helping my back and shoulder pain while wearing this I try to keep it on as long as possible.  Not only is comfortable it helps too.  I have been getting back pain for years and shoulder pain for months.  This almost instantly felt a bit better when I put it on.  It alligned my back for perfect posture. I never felt that good in my shoulder and back.  Which mean proper posture is better for you.  I love this back brace but wish it was made for plus size.
Product Description
If you are suffering from a poor posture and are looking for a comfortable solution then this adjustable back brace maybe just what you were looking for. You can wear it throughout the day. Great during long sits behind a desk at work, or a daily jog.

It is designed to pull your shoulders back, straightening your posture. Of course, for best results in straightening your posture your physical participation is required. As you continue to wear the brace, it will constantly remind you to position your shoulders in the proper form. While helping to fix posture, it also helps relieve many back pain issues. With your back muscles in proper form, spinal pressure may be relieved. Aids in reduced nerve stimulation along your back. The back brace is easily adjustable by shoulder straps. It fits many sizes, 26"-40" chest size.
Recommended: for greater comfort, wear brace over a shirt.

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