Neck pain is really common.
Thankfully, most neck pain is not related to anything structurally wrong, but more a warning sign from your body telling you, "it's time to move".
Your muscles don't like stagnant conditions, as the blood flow is restricted and creates acidic conditions in the tissues which contributes to the pain experience.
If you can, pay close attention and become aware of the early stages of stiffness building up in your neck and shoulders.
If you can get moving as soon as possible, there's a good chance you can avoid the downward spiral that often involves more intense neck pain, restricted movement and headaches.
These set of four exercises targets the upper back (thoracic spine), which is often very stiff in people who experience frequent bouts of neck pain.
Thread The Needle
Push-Up To Side Plank
Thoracic Mobilisation On The Foam Roller
Try spending 5 mins every morning and night and see how it helps your neck pain.
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