Psychologists and Therapists Can Offer Patients 10% off the PostureNOW Posture Brace Until May 31st
PostureNOW, the world’s leading posture brace, is offering a limited-time discount of 10% to the patients of psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals.
With National Correct Posture Month (May) rapidly approaching, the topic of posture will be coming up more often. Many studies have shown that the way we carry ourselves physically plays a pivotal role in our mental states, and one of the most important factors is posture. Good posture simply makes us feel stronger, more secure, and more confident, and the PostureNOW posture brace is a great way to improve posture.
“Lately we’ve been receiving an uptick in sales of our product to psychology practices nationwide, which just reinforces to us the importance of good posture, not only for our physical health, but for our mental health as well,” said Mike Lane, co-developer of the PostureNOW posture brace.
According to author and peak performance coach Tony Robbins, “Physiology equals psychology,”
The PostureNOW posture brace was developed by Mike Lane and Matt Franklin specifically to address the challenges of people who spend long days hunched over a computer keyboard. According to Matt Franklin, “When we first brought the PostureNOW posture brace to market, we knew it would help people to reduce back pain and improve energy levels, but we did not anticipate the myriad of positive mental benefits that improved posture can provide.”
Through the end of May, mental health professionals can refer their patients to www.posturenow.com, where they can use the coupon code “MIND” to receive a 10% discount on the PostureNOW posture brace.”
Mike Lane added, “We truly believe that physiology equals psychology, so we’re proud to have developed a product that helps people look better on the outside by helping them stand straighter and taller, but also experience the internal benefits of feeling more confident and happy.”
Using traditional posture braces can make your posture worse, as they actually do the work for you, forcing your shoulders into correct posture. This causes the upper back muscles to atrophy, worsening posture over time. The PostureNOW posture brace is different; when worn correctly, it simply provides a gentle reminder to keep the shoulders back and head upright. Over time, users are trained for the habit of good posture.
People can take advantage of this offer for the PostureNOW posture brace by going to www.posturenow.com and using the coupon code “MIND” to receive a 10% discount on the PostureNOW posture brace.