Nobody likes having a stiff neck. Whether it’s long hours stuck in traffic, endless days at the office, or long nights of poor sleep, there are many everyday activities that harm your neck and make it tight.
Understanding Trigger Points – Pain at the Base of the Head and Under Shoulder Blade
The video you are about to watch below, does a great job of not only explaining the mechanism of how stiff necks occur, but several great stretches and ways of pushing on trigger points on your own, that will greatly.
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How to Fix Your Stiff Neck in Only 1 Minute (or Less)
Stiff neck may include pain and difficulty moving the neck from side to side. A stiff neck is also one of the causes of pain in the back of head. Symptoms don’t usually last longer than a few days and can be managed using the protocols below.
Neck Pain Treatment: This Unusual Stretch Relieves Stiff Neck in 90 Seconds!
Relief Technique for a Stiff Neck (Wry Neck, Torticollis)- Dr Mandell Most stiff necks occur from incorrect sleeping. Although, staying in a position too long with a forward head posture can also lead to neck stiffness and pain.