IS STRESS CAUSING YOUR NECK PAIN? (continued)
CAU S E S O F S T R E S S - R E L AT E D N E C K PA I N While stress alone can trigger neck pain, a few factors can make it worse. Office environments tend to create neck pain problems — as they confine people to chairs, bad posture and little mobility. Driving often, too, can make your chances of stress-related neck pain higher. The U.S. National Library of Medicine suggests contacting a professional if you’re experiencing neck pain. Even if it’s caused by stress, untreated neck pain might later reveal muscle spasms, arthritis, bulging discs or even narrowed spinal nerve openings.
EXERC I SE ESSENT I ALS T RY T H I S E X E RC I S E F OR NE CK PA I N R E L I E F
Stand with your back against a wall. Position a rolled up towel behind your neck. Tuck chin like you are nodding ‘yes’. Draw your chin closer to the back of your throat. Repeat 3 times.
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