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Yoga strengthens neck muscles, improves range of motion, and relieves stress and tension in the neck and shoulders. While mountain pose and cat pose help stretch the neck muscles, child pose and corpse pose relax them and relieve stress. If you have neck pain due to cervical spondylosis, try boat pose and cobra pose. To improve range of motion, do shoulder shrugs and angel wings. Do all these poses for 2 minutes each in a 30-minute daily yoga routine.
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A sore or stiff neck is often accompanied by chronic pain and tension in the neck and shoulder region. While pain relief medication may help you in the short run, this isn’t a long-term solution. How about a more natural alternative? You may be able to manage the pain and stiffness better by exercising your neck muscles to strengthen them. Simple neck tilts and stretches, resistance band exercise, isometric strengthening exercises, and yoga can all help with neck pain relief.
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Long hours bent over your desk, bad posture, and stress can cause a stiff neck. But adopting the right posture, a few neck exercises, and some yoga might be all you need to strengthen neck muscles, increase your flexibility, and stop that pain in its tracks. So don’t neglect your neck as you go about the day – your hardworking neck certainly deserves some TLC.
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Horner's Syndrome is a nerve disorder in which one side of the face, particularly the eye region, suffers a loss of function. Droopy eyelids, a sunken eyeball, and a significantly constricted iris are usually the first signs. Treatment focuses on addressing the underlying cause that may range from trauma, cancers, genetic causes to vascular disease and goiter.
Your teacher knew what she was talking about when she insisted that you sit straight in class. Bad posture can easily become a habit and, worse, lead to chronic aches and pains in the neck region. It can also have some side effects you probably didn't even consider!
Use a headset or speaker phone whenever possible, or adjust the height of your office chair or inclination of your car seat. Consciously straighten your back while walking, standing, or sitting. Flex and rotate your neck at intervals during the day. Relieve tension in your neck muscles with yoga or meditation. Sleep on your side or back and use memory foam or feather pillows.