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Correct Forward Head Posture

Due to the pervasive use of computers, smartphones, tablets, and electronic gaming devices, increase number of people are afflicted by neck pain and upperback pain, due to prolonged forward protruding position of the head.

With each inch of forward protrusion of the head, the stress and tension in the related neck and upper back muscles increase by 100%. With an average forward head protrusion of 2-3 inches during a normal computer work, text messaging or electronic game, the stress and tension in the neck and upper back rise dramatically, as if the person was carrying 2-3 additional head on the shoulder. Such high stress and tension often leads to persistent pain in the neck or upper back. Over time, the forward protruding position of the head often becomes habit through out daily routine, and becomes a clinical condition named Forward Head Posture.

Since Forward Head Posture is often related to Closed Chest Syndrome, no correction of Forward Head Posture can be effective without correcting Closed Chest. Neck Vitalizer™ has been engineered to easily correct user’s Closed Chest Posture and Forward Head Posture at the same time, for unparalleled therapeutic effectiveness.

Clinically designed and proven, Neck Vitalizer™ helps users correct Forward Head Posture, and Closed Chest Posture or Forward Rolling Shoulders Posture, all by just resting on it for 15 - 20 minutes, twice a day.

All you need to do is to place a Neck Vitalizer™ in-between your shoulder blades and lie on it. Within 3 seconds when you do so, the gravity will start to correct your Forward Head Posture by gently pulling your head backwards or downwards, and at the same time relieve your Closed Chest Posture by gently pulling your two shoulders down and opening up your chest, while your upper spine is firmly supported by Neck Vitalizer™.

Neck Vitalizer has been specifically developed to help you correct Forward Head Posture at the comfort of your home.