We intend to dispel one of the most frequent cons concerning posture in this report. The best back support is completely useless if you do not have the Starecta Rectifier that acts directly on the internal structures of postural dynamics.
If you do not wear a Starecta Rectifier after a long day spent in front of the PC, for study or work reasons, you might end up with back or shoulder pain. The first thing the common user does is to scour the internet for the best back support on the market.
The best back support is not an adequate solution to remedy back problems. Although back support can be a remedy that brings benefits even from a very young age, it is effectively entirely useless if not used in combination with the Rectifier.
Especially in the face of pathologies such as scoliosis, lordosis, kyphosis, it is necessary to have the Starecta Rectifier to restore the body and prevent progressive decline. This can only be done using the levers inside our body.
There is no best back support, all back supports are pretty much the same and offer little benefit to those with postural problems. However, back support can be useful when used in conjunction with the Starecta Rectifier. If on the one hand, the Starecta Rectifier works from the inside balancing the body, the back support can help the muscles relax during the balancing phase operated by Starecta.
In this case, postural support can be useful, otherwise, it is merely an unnecessary expense.
Any postural support looks like a back torso, with elasticated bands that support and straighten the back and shoulders. It can vary in the width of bands, in its closure method, but the final purpose of this tool can only be to relieve the back and rest the muscles during the balancing process operated by the Rectifier.
Let’s take a look at some types of postural correctors in search of the best back posture.
Back support on the shoulders
As previously said, the back support is an aid that acts along the entire spine. Specifically, some models act on the shoulders, decreasing their load and, consequently, on the spinal column. This tool, which looks like a bust with elasticated bands, wraps the shoulders and forces them into an upright and correct position, with benefits for the entire back and posture in general.
The elasticated bands with which it is made, usually embrace the shoulders, crisscrossing on the back passing under the shoulder blades and, in some cases, descending lower towards the buttocks.
This kind of corrector, if worn constantly with the Starecta Rectifier, helps straighten the shoulders, to avoid the so-called arching of the back, modifying the bearing and making the spine more correct and straight.
Support for the lower back
There are also back supports equipped with abdominal bands that operate on the lower back. They help you assume an adequate posture, promote proper breathing and are made of materials that fit well on any body shape.
They appear as posterior busts that embrace the shoulders and descend along the entire vertebral column, often closing on the front through specific bands.
Again, without the fundamental work of the Starecta Rectifier, their results are completely useless.
Magnetic back support
We conclude with the so-called magnetic back supports. This model of busts for the shoulders and the back is characterised by the presence of magnets positioned in correspondence of the vertebral column. Unlike the postural correctors described above, these promote muscle relaxation, help to release tension and regain a feeling of well-being.
As for the other two models previously illustrated, they are ineffective when used without acting on the internal mechanisms of posture. That’s why I say that there is no best back posture, they all perform when used in combination with the Starecta Rectifier.
How does the Rectifier affect body posture?
The Rectifier acts by activating the mandibular lever effect.
In practice, the Rectifier bite acts as a fulcrum transforming the jaw from a neutral or disadvantageous third-class lever with a fulcrum in the TMJ area, into an advantageous first-class lever with a fulcrum in the molar area.
When the mandibular lever is activated as a first-class lever, the Rectifier can push the skull back and up, stretching the spine and making it possible to correct the usual posture.
In a few words, you will feel a constant stretching and balancing action all over your body and your head, shoulders and back will be straight.
In this way, pain in the upper back disappears.
There is no best back support, they all perform well enough to help the Starecta Rectifier function effectively. It must be said that even if you don’t want to wear back support, the Rectifier would still perform efficiently. The role of these postural correctors is only to relax muscles and recover faster during the balancing process implemented by the Starecta.