Dr. Body Gadget’s main focus is to help you feel better in your own body each and every day.
So what does feeling better in your own body really mean?
It doesn’t necessarily mean getting washboard abs or going on a diet but instead focuses on removing everyday aches and pain that plague us through life as we get older.
To some extent, it means forgetting that you are even in your own body because there’s nothing in your body that is demanding attention.
One way to achieve this is through better posture by correcting muscle imbalances through stretching, exercise and massage. And also by improving flexibility and mobility.
You can do this on your own without equipment, but you can boost your chances of success by using the best products from a variety of categories to help accelerate your progress.
Over the years, I’ve seen massive progress after deciding to work on my own physical struggles.
I used to feel all achy all over my body from sitting slouched at a desk all day long.
My muscles became tight, joints became underused and my posture became worse.
But I quickly learnt that you can reverse the effects of a sedentary lifestyle with enough time and patience.
I found that what worked for me can be broken down into two categories.
- Corrective exercises and stretches
- Simple tools/products (particularly massaging devices)
On this site, I document the exercises, stretches and routines that I have come up with through my own research and what has worked for me.
(Please note I am not a qualified expert or medical professional. The guides should be viewed as information only and you should check with a doctor before attempting anything).
You can see all of them in the guides section.
You can also find a large selection of products that you may find helpful if you are currently looking to improve your overall physical well-being in the best tools section.
Hopefully, you’ll find this site helpful and achieve everything you were hoping for!
If you wish to contact me you can reach me via email at: [email protected]
Founder and Editor at Dr. BodyGadget