Chin forward. Walk around any office and you will notice folks leaning towards their screens, heads heavily bobbing forward well off the neck. I caught myself just doing it now as I was typing this Blog. The head is a heavy object and difficult to balance, particularly in this world when it is ever inclined towards just one object: be it computer, television, tablet.
Keeping those neck mucles strong will assist that heavy part on top of your body from creating a whole mess into your shoulders and upper back.
Here’s a great place to start. While at your desk, stop typing for 20 seconds and perform this movement. Take your hand, gently place it on the opposite side of your head and gently draw your head towards the shoulder. Keep the opposite shoulder relaxed while performing this movement.
A great easy stretch that will keep your muscles activated. Try to perform this at least once an hour throughout the day and start reaping the benefits. Less headaches, less neck and shoulder pain.