T-shirt back correct for women medi Posture plus comfort
- The mesh fabric under the armpit area favours high breathability. The double thoracodorsal panels, together with the abdominal panel work in synergy to regain good posture by gently stimulating the biofeedback of the wearer.
The intimate, comfortable embrace of cotton
Medi Posture plus comfort helps you regain good posture habits rmly and gently: effective thanks to the fundamentals of biofeedback, delicate with the soft touch of ne Egyptian Mako cotton.
medi Posture plus comfort pays special attention to sensitive skin. So it can be worn even as underwear.
The mesh fabric under the armpit area favours high breathability. The double thoracodorsal panels, together with the abdominal panel work in synergy to regain good posture by gently stimulating the biofeedback of the wearer.
The at, elastic seams also provide great comfort.
The length of the T-shirt, down to the sacral region, keeps it secure at all times.
- Corrects all poor postural habits in adults (postural lower and upper back pain, shoulder girdle asymmetry and hump).
- Shoulder conditions such as subacromial impingement and secondary instability following muscular de cit.
- Dysmorphic development of the spine during adolescence (early stages of scoliosis, scoliosis, dorsal kyphosis, lumbar hyperlordosis, prepended shoulder girdle).
Even when we are not aware of it, our torso and spine work for us, contributing to each movement and activity in a complex mechanism designed to simplify our lives. Very often, however, stress, physical traumas and incorrect body positions lead to poor postual habits which can in uence our physical well-being in a negative way.
A happy comeback for good posture
Poor posture often becomes a habit for so long that we no longer perceive it as being wrong. Over time, the damage caused gets worse. It needs external stimuli to help individuals become aware of their bad posture and correct it.
And this is where medi Posture plus system comes into play: it is a programme dedicated to all those who wish to regain their postural well-being and achieve a better quality of life.
These are some examples of the time dedicated each month to day-to-day activities where maintaining good posture is essential to our well-being:
TV: approx. 45 hours / month (source: Millward Brown AdReaction 2014)
PC, laptop, tablet: approx. 61.5 hours / month (source: Millward Brown AdReaction 2014)
Car: approx. 45 hours / month (source: Unipol Sai 2014)
Sleep: approx. 210 hours / month (source: Sleepy Cycle app)
Physical activity: approx. 10 hours / month (source: advised by WHO
|XS||82 - 87 cm||64 - 69 cm|
|S||88 - 93 cm||70 - 75 cm|
|M||94 - 99 cm||76 - 81 cm|
|L||100 - 105 cm||82 - 87 cm|
|XL||106 - 111 cm||88 - 93 cm|