When shopping for a posture brace, there are a few things to keep in mind, including:
1. Comfort. You won’t be too likely to wear a posture brace if it isn’t at least semi-comfortable. Some braces are meant to be worn all day long (although many can be worn less frequently and still be very effective), so you don’t want a brace that will be causing you pain and irritation.
2. Size. Some posture braces were created to be one-size-fits-all, while others will come in a several sizes. Your comfort level is partially dictated by the correct brace size, so make sure to pick the right one for your body type.
3. Cost. Don’t be afraid to spend a little extra on a posture brace. This is not a product where you’ll want to go with the cheapest option. You want something that is durable, will last a long time, and is machine washable, for connivence.