Bad posture is quite a common condition that leads to multiple health issues in the long run. Often times, we don’t even realize that we are not considering our postural fitness. In fact, at times we feel like we are maintaining a perfect stance while in reality, we are unintentionally harming our back and in turn, compromising our physical fitness. One nonsurgical, yet convenient way to correct a bad posture is to use a posture corrector. It is a rather simple gear that makes you hold a perfectly straight and upright position. It keeps you from slouching, hunching and drooping down your shoulders for the better. Well, that is a long debate we may never be able to settle. Some say it is worth spending some bucks for a better overall stance. While others consider it quite a useless piece of gear. Whether a stance corrector works for you or not, depends mostly on how you use it and for how long do you use it. Correctors come in different shapes and styles. Some focus more on the neck, while others are to correct the drooping shoulders and some for a straighter spine. Yes, there may not be one single way to use all these. Yet, there definitely is a basic way they all work. All of t...