Correcting lordosis in adult person

Patient

Q: Hello, I am 25 year old and I have hyperlordosis. I actually have no pain, but I couldn't find any other topic regarding the back. My hyperlordosis is not big but you can see my stomach sticking out. I have no pain or any annoyances in my back. My question is is it possible for an adult 25 year to correct hyperlordosis, not to relieve the pain but to actually correct the spine or at least correct it enough so my stomach won't be sticking out any more? If I exercise every day for 30 min for 6 months would that correct my posture? Thank you.

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