About SIT4EVR

 

How EVR Technology Stops Back Pain Instantly.

EVR is the Ergonomic Re-alignment of your spine. Research shows that sitting in a slouch causes your pelvis to rotate backwards and your lumbar spine to flatten. This action stretches the iliolumbar ligament and loads your body’s weight onto the spinal disks, which can cause crippling BACK PAIN.

The revolutionary Sit4EVR stops the dreaded slouch by keeping your pelvis neutral, which relieves stress on the iliombar ligament and stops pain almost instantly!

About 80% of the population of the United States will suffer from low back pain at some point in there lives. Low back pain is the leading cause of work related disability. back pain is also the second most common reason that people go to the doctor, after colds and flu.

Why EVR Technology Improves Your Health

You may not realize it, but digestive problems, fatigue and recurring headaches have been linked to poor posture. Research shows that slouching uses five times more energy than standing up straight, causes muscle tension and restricts blood flow to the brain.

And a healthy back isn’t the only benefit … good posture also makes people look five to ten pounds slimmer!

If you have spinal disc problems then SIT4EVR is for you. When you sit the spinal discs are squashed because your back rounds out and you lose your natural lordosis. SIT4EVR instantly restores your natural lordosis allowing you to sit for ever pain free.

Sitting in chairs can injure your lower back and research now suggests that sitting with a bad posture is most to blame.

Most people distort their spine when sitting ‘upright’. If you do this regularly the spine becomes weakened. Your weakened spine is then easily injured when lifting, twisting etc. You may not feel any pain while you are sitting but it is still likely to be the underlying cause. The angle, and or shape, of most seats tends to tip the pelvis backwards. If you look closely you will see that nearly everyone has a slumped pelvis when sitting upright. The more the pelvis slumps the more pressure it puts on the discs. The damage this causes gets worse the longer you sit in this posture. The results are strained ligaments and compressed intervertebral discs.

A healthy lumbar spine should be curved inwards this is called Lordosis and is the strongest posture for the spinal discs. On the left as the truck bends forward as in does in sitting the disc pressure increases while in lordosis as in standing the disc pressure drops.


SIT4EVR is a modern version of a 14th century YOGA meditation strap. It was used by YOGA masters to hold the spine erect while in the seated posture. As editor in chief of my magazine “POWER MAGAZINES” I spent many long hours proof reading my articles. So much so I developed lower back and neck problems which neurosurgeons recommended spinal fusion for. So it was out of my own necessity that I embarked on a journey that led to the development of my savior I call “the SIT4EVR. I avoided surgery and live today pain free all because of my little invention called the SIT4EVR.


Loraine Colonello
Editor In Chief Power Magazines and Inventor of SIT4EVR


Sitting in chairs can injure your lower back and research now suggests that sitting with a bad posture is most to blame.

Most people distort their spine when sitting ‘upright’. If you do this regularly the spine becomes weakened. Your weakened spine is then easily injured when lifting, twisting etc. You may not feel any pain while you are sitting but it is still likely to be the underlying cause. The angle, and or shape, of most seats tends to tip the pelvis backwards. If you look closely you will see that nearly everyone has a slumped pelvis when sitting upright. The more the pelvis slumps the more pressure it puts on the discs. The damage this causes gets worse the longer you sit in this posture. The results are strained ligaments and compressed intervertebral discs.

A healthy lumbar spine should be curved inwards this is called Lordosis and is the strongest posture for the spinal discs. On the left as the truck bends forward as it does in sitting the disc pressure increases while in lordosis as in standing the disc pressure drops.