>>26358553 I almost ended up a hunchback. So I started lifting and it sort of fixed itself. Deadlifting with good form helps. Some people deadlift with a curved upper back as an advanced technique but if you keep it flat it helps to strengthen the muscles which support your upper back. Hope this helps lad.
>>26358553 unfortunately the only solution is to get in the habit of straightening yourself out it's a pain, but being hunched makes me feel really ugly (I am otherwise but one less turn off gone I guess)
>>26358733 I'm glad I have no bad discs, heart doc tells me sit up straight but he';s kinda really old and one of those foreign guys i mean when i try to do it it feels like...well like my breast bone and my spine are pushing against each other and squishing everything in the middle a bit, not a lot but still man....
>>26358783 No. >>26358939 this is quite possible for me, albeit with very slight like i can straighten but now i feel like my groin is being pulled and my lower ribcage/outside bottom edge of lungs are just like owwie.... I'm sure that's more than just proper "posture" and I have to think to do it and IT FUCKING ALMOST HURTS, not quite but very close if I hold that position a long time, IF I could manage such it'd be exhausting/painful/exercise in and of itself.
>>26359070 Kyphosis basically means you are like me and you are completely unable to straighten. Have you had MRIs or CT work done? X-rays. If not id start with X-rays. Hopefully you can get this worked out anon.
Your spine basically holds you together,if it goes out of wack it brings other body parts with it.
>>26358553 almost, just a hard-wired bad posture. I had a massive growth spurt when I was like 13 and had to always look down at people and I have the same desks and furniture and from when I was also around that age so I'm constantly looking down at my computer and TV. I have to manually fix my posture every so often especially when walking
>>26359135 I can "straighten" per se but I think some part of the curve is so weird it pushes INward where it really *shoudln't* or something, I mean really, it's damn painful to DO. Like seriously not right or just weak muscles, it actively causes tension/very dull grade pain spots.
>>26359309 My gp didn't really make anything of it last few visits but I'm going to ask again just in case.
I had a lower spine mri but it showed nothing, not even a pinch nerve
she also swears no diabetes (I WILL be asking for some kind of insulin sensitivity type test - except since I'm BORDERLINE on the cortisol, I'm normal but I am on the low end the usual test is out of the question)
Kinda fuckefd on why I'd get a random pinch nerve in my upper right leg.... ;x
>>26358553 My parents and one kid from highschool said I should straight up my back since I always walk around with a hunchback. Shame none of my friends told me this except for Carlos. Carlos if you are somehow here I doubt it, but thanks for at least trying to correct my bad back.
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