Stand Tall: Tips On How To Improve Posture

As tall women, we often stand out in a crowd, but not always for the right reasons. While being tall can be an asset, it can also come with posture problems that affect not only our appearance but also our overall health. Poor posture can cause a host of physical problems, including back pain, headaches, and even difficulty breathing. Fortunately, there are many things that we can do to improve our posture.


Tall women often face unique lifestyle issues that can contribute to poor posture.

These issues can include things like low countertops, strollers or carts that are not high enough, and even furniture that is not designed for us. These factors can force us to hunch over or slouch, leading to a host of posture problems.

Additionally, we may feel self-conscious about our height, which can lead to us trying to shrink down and blend in, rather than standing tall and proud.

3 Tips to Improve Posture:

  • Use a standing desk - Sitting at a desk all day can wreak havoc on our posture. Using a standing desk can help keep our back straight and our shoulders back.
  • Invest in a tall chair - We need furniture that is designed to accommodate our height. Investing in a chair that is designed for taller individuals can help us sit comfortably and maintain proper posture.
  • Stretch regularly - Regular stretching can help to loosen tight muscles and improve flexibility, which can help improve posture.

Here's a great stretch you can do to improve posture:

Cat-Cow Stretch - This stretch helps to improve spinal mobility and reduce tension in the neck and shoulders.

1. Start on your hands and knees, with your hands under your shoulders and your knees under your hips. As you inhale, arch your back, lifting your head and tailbone towards the ceiling.

2. As you exhale, round your spine, tucking your chin to your chest and drawing your tailbone towards the floor.

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