Whether you slept in a funky position or have been staring tensely at your computer for hours on end, a crick in the neck is not only annoying, it can cause headaches and upper back pain. After a long, hot shower to loosen the muscles, try a few of these
Neck Pain Stretches for Office Workers - Much of my problem stems from spending too much time sitting in front of the computer. Thanks for the exercise reminder! #BACKANDNECKHELP http://pinterest.com/sweetkeet/thanks-to-back-and-neck-care-centre/
How to Fix Your Stiff Neck in Only 1 Minute (or Less)
Sitting at a computer for long periods often causes neck and shoulder stiffness. Try doing these yoga exercises at your desk to relieve tension and stress as well as to help stretch the neck, shoulders and hips.
Understanding Trigger Points – Pain at the Base of the Head and Under Shoulder Blade