Pectus Excavatum Side Effects

Pectus Excavatum is a condition where the chest wall caves in resulting in an indent in the middle of the chest. Despite the obvious visual effect of pectus there are many other issues typically associated with it. These include: a kyphotic spine, scoliosis of the spine, rib flare, rounded shoulders, twisted hips, anterior pelvic tilt, marfans syndrome as well as mental issues of depression & low self-esteem associated with the condition.
Luckily you can fix the condition through Surgery such as the Nuss Procedure (Click here to learn more about surgery) Alternatively you can utilise Exercise to treat your condition. If your condition is purely cosmetic I highly recommend partaking in an exercise routine to overcome your condition.
Watch this video below to learn how to overcome some common side effects associated with Pectus Excavatum

Overcome your condition of Pectus with my guidance. I managed to do it, my clients have done and so can you. Learn about my Online Coaching Service here

A major component of fixing the pectus condition is improving your mind set. Your mind set will shape your life and if you are positive, happy and confident you will benefit dearly from this.

Pectus is not only a physical deformity but also often leads to depression, anxiety and lack of confidence.  Most people with pectus have a negative body-image and they believe the extent of indented chest is worse than it is. The reality of the matter is most people do not care about your chest and are too consumed in their own world to judge you on it. You need to walk with your head high and chest out. Be confident with your body and who you are, this will make your condition less noticeable for a physical reason that your posture will improve but also because you will mentally begin to become happy with your body, this happiness will transfer into more energy and you will workout harder, eat better and live happier.  People can have it much worse, so be grateful for what you have and do not let Pectus consume you. Enjoy the journey of improving your condition and embrace the fact that you have pectus and have the opportunity to minimise the cosmetic extent of the condition.

Pectus Excavatum Side Effects

Pectus Excavatum is a condition where the chest wall caves in resulting in an indent in the middle of the chest. Despite the obvious visual effect of pectus there are many other issues typically associated with it. These include: a kyphotic spine, scoliosis of the spine, rib flare, rounded shoulders, twisted hips, anterior pelvic tilt, marfans syndrome as well as mental issues of depression & low self-esteem associated with the condition.
Luckily you can fix the condition through Surgery such as the Nuss Procedure (Click here to learn more about surgery) Alternatively you can utilise Exercise to treat your condition. If your condition is purely cosmetic I highly recommend partaking in an exercise routine to overcome your condition.
Watch this video below to learn how to overcome some common side effects associated with Pectus Excavatum

Overcome your condition of Pectus with my guidance. I managed to do it, my clients have done and so can you. Learn about my Online Coaching Service here

A major component of fixing the pectus condition is improving your mind set. Your mind set will shape your life and if you are positive, happy and confident you will benefit dearly from this.

Pectus is not only a physical deformity but also often leads to depression, anxiety and lack of confidence.  Most people with pectus have a negative body-image and they believe the extent of indented chest is worse than it is. The reality of the matter is most people do not care about your chest and are too consumed in their own world to judge you on it. You need to walk with your head high and chest out. Be confident with your body and who you are, this will make your condition less noticeable for a physical reason that your posture will improve but also because you will mentally begin to become happy with your body, this happiness will transfer into more energy and you will workout harder, eat better and live happier.  People can have it much worse, so be grateful for what you have and do not let Pectus consume you. Enjoy the journey of improving your condition and embrace the fact that you have pectus and have the opportunity to minimise the cosmetic extent of the condition.