BetterBack Helps Eliminate Lower Back Pain
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Many of us experience lower back pain in our lifetime because of short or long term disabilities, or poor posture. Lower back pain is never fun, and prevents a lot of us from being active and enjoying what we love.

Better back wants to change all of that by helping us regain good posture and alleviate lower back pain.

BetterBack is a lightweight belt that you wear around your waist and knees that allows you to sit straight up effortlessly, easing lower back pain while doing so. The way it’s designed, it immediately (comfortably) forces you to straighten your torso, thus eliminating the slouching which can be a culprit in causing and elevating lower back pain.

There are several back support systems that focus on lumbar spine. However, BetterBack works on stabilizing your pelvis, thus restoring your spine’s natural curvature.

Watch the video to learn more about BetterBack. You can buy it from Amazon for $49.99.

Source: BoingBoing

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