Exercise regularly — even a brisk walk for 10 minutes a day will help you improve your general health and your posture by keeping your body supple and active.
Do gentle exercises such as those in yoga and Pilates to help strengthen the support muscles in your back and stomach and improve your posture. Concentrate on strengthening the muscles in your core (torso and pelvis).
Spend 10 minutes a day doing simple stretching exercises.
Stand tall, which means straightening your spine, moving your shoulders down to their natural resting position and breathing in to tighten your stomach muscles.
Do simple head movements to help loosen tightened neck muscles that can interfere with good posture. Try gently moving your head in small circles, or from front to back and side to side.
Lie flat on the ground for two to three minutes once a day without using any cushions or support and relax to allow your body to readjust to its natural resting position.
Wear flat, well-fitting shoes to assist with even weight distribution.
Make sure you lift using your hips, knees and thighs, not your back.