The quickest response is to correct your posture by being aware of it. to comprehend what your true posture should be. One should be able to draw a straight line from their ear to their shoulder to their hips to their knees to their ankles when standing correctly. Sitting is another crucial position for good posture. When sitting, one’s feet should ideally be firmly planted on the ground, and their back and thighs should form a 90-degree angle. A straight line from the ear to the shoulder to the waist should be possible while seated as well..
So what are some at-home ways to improve your posture?
The first step is to stand by a mirror and, ideally, have a second person watch you. Check to verify if the ear, shoulder, hips, knees and ankle all form a straight line when viewed from the side. If they do, there is no need for corrective action. Work must be done if a straight line cannot be drawn. You may perform the same task when seated as well. Take a seat, facing the mirror on the side. Make sure the feet are firmly planted, the back and hips are at a 90-degree angle, and draw a straight line from the person’s ears to their waist.