For many of us, the neck may be a source of a lot of discomfort. In fact, the pain may result in both physical and psychological suffering. Therefore, let’s be nicer to your neck.
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Tips on How to Be Nicer to Your Neck
In the video that follows, physical therapist Peggy Brill presents a very simple three-step, exercise routine. It explains ways to reduce thoracic neck pain. And the video shows ways to help prevent flare-ups.
To participate along with the video, you do not need any equipment. You just a little know how. That’s right, you require no equipment for these exercises.
Yours truly (the blog author) followed along with the video. The three steps are extremely simple. Anyone can do them. They really take only a few minutes to complete. I will make this part of my own daily exercise routine.
Please note: The original of the video appears at Sharecare, which also reports that:
“Exercises like stretching, yoga, and pilates are great ways to relieve chronic pain,. But it is important to make sure you are doing the right exercise for your condition. Get expert tips on the best exercise plan to soothe your chronic pain.”
Good luck in your personal quest to be as pain-free as possible.
2 Replies to “Be Nicer to Your Neck”
Very true! I got ringing in the ear many years after a light car collision that gave me a whiplash that damaged my cervical disks. When the ear doctor told me to go to an orthopedic to check my neck, I thought he was out in a fishing expedition. But both doctors assured me that neck injuries are often among the chief suspects for ringing in the ear. So yes, be nice to your neck.