The number one self-help measure for head forward posture is the chin back exercise. I like to call this the “chicken move” because that’s what it looks like. You just bring your chin back like a chicken does. Try it. Push your chin forward then draw it straight back so the back of your neck straightens. Now hold it. This is where you want to be. Do it again, and this time put your finger on the tip of your chin so your head glides straight back, not up or down.
Anyone with head forward posture should do this exercise often, several times a day at least till it becomes second nature. The beauty of this simple movement is that it also helps to keep our shoulders in the right position, not rolled forward which they usually are when the head leads the way.
Now, I’m not saying that this one thing will eliminate a head forward posture. It will for some if rigorously applied but for others it may only be one step in a long journey. There’s lots of information out there about this but try the “chicken move” first; it may just do the trick for you.