Clothing Sensors That Correct Your Posture

Are you looking for clever ways to make staying healthy a little easier? When it comes to your posture, the clothing you wear could help you all on its own – but it takes a certain type of clothing to do the job…


Remembering to Stick to Better Habits

Setting goals to improve parts of your health such as your diet, exercise regime or posture is a great first step on the road to a healthier you – however, many people find remembering these goals is one of the hardest parts to sticking to them.

When it comes to your posture, technology that helps you remember (and encourages you to stick to) your goals goes a long way. These technologies can come in a number of different forms, but one of the most helpful is posture clothing with sensors in-built.


What Can They Do?

Posture clothing can be a great way of gently keeping yourself on track when your good habits subconsciously begin to slip towards the end of a long day, for example. Clothing with sensors either built-in or attached to the outside as you wear them have the ability to remind you to be aware of your posture through gentle vibrations when you slip into a less-healthy position.


Who Are They Meant For?

Posture clothing can help anyone looking to improve their health and avoid possible risks of back, shoulder and neck pain later in life. That said, they are particularly useful for adults trying to be mindful of their posture while juggling a busy schedule of work, home and social responsibilities.


How To Make Posture Clothing Work For You

Posture clothing is an easy way to get a better understanding of how you’re tracking with your sitting or standing position. Posture360’s sensor technology comes ready to connect to a mobile device through Bluetooth, linking you to our dedicated app. There, you’ll find data collected by your sensor to better inform how your habits are developing, as well as posture tips and suggested exercises to help you be the healthiest version of yourself.

To get started with your new posture assistant, and for much more info, visit us here.

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