A chest gap is the space between your sternum (breastbone) and clavicle (collarbone). It can happen naturally due to genetic reasons or weight changes. But if it is too wide, that can lead to other health concerns. There are three main ways to close a chest gap: exercises, surgery and fillers. Each has advantages and disadvantages so read this blog to learn more!
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If you do dip exercises and experience chest pain, this blog post will tell you why. It can help you understand the possible causes and how to reduce or eliminate chest discomfort in the future. In other words, after reading this blog post, you’ll know not just why your chest may hurt during dips but also how to stay safe while exercising.
Do you have bad posture? You’re not alone. According to the National Institute of Health, about 60-70% of adults have reported experiencing adverse effects from poor posture. While we often hear about the importance of good posture for our back and neck, it turns out that bad posture may also be causing us chest pain. Keep reading to find out more.