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Poor posture describes an abnormal alignment of the body, often characterized by a rounded upper back, hunched shoulders, and a forward head position.


The weight of large breasts can pull the shoulders forward and contribute to a hunched posture. This can lead to pain and discomfort in the neck, back, and shoulders.


Maintaining good posture involves being mindful of your body alignment and practicing exercises that strengthen core muscles and improve flexibility. A physical therapist can create a personalized program to address specific postural issues.


Chronic poor posture can lead to other health problems. If you find it difficult to maintain good posture on your own, seek professional guidance from a physical therapist or doctor.

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