Neck

Workplace Fitness

Day 68: Neck Pain Relief

Exercises for the neck are extremely important, especially if you’re experiencing neck pain. If done correctly and on a regular basis, you’ll notice greater range of motion and less stiffness with movement.
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Day 61: Back and Neck Stretch

Do you slouch in your chair? Have you noticed your shoulders getting rounded and your neck protruding forward? Do you stand up at 5:00 p.m. and feel like your back looks a bit like a question mark? Do your neck and back ache? If so, this stretch can help relieve your pain and improve your posture.
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Day 48: Time to Relax and Release Some Stress

Relaxation exercises will help you to ease tension and relieve headaches, backaches, and insomnia. It releases the body's own painkillers, called endorphins, into your system. Relaxation techniques also help you gain a sense of emotional well-being and reduce stress. Although experts say that some stress is good for you – it can sharpen your senses and your mind – too much stress is bad for your mental and physical health.
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Day 38: Tone Your Neck Muscles for Younger-Looking Skin

You can firm up loose and tired-looking skin around your neck and throat with these toning exercises. If you still have young skin, these will help you keep it that way. Follow this regimen every day for a month, then drop down to three times a week.
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Day 28: Ear Dips

While doing this exercise, close your eyes and visualize a calm scene – you're lying on a sandy beach or strolling through a lush forest. This exercise is a great way to reduce stress in tension in your neck.
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Day 17: Massage

There's nothing quite like a massage to release built-up tension and relieve pain. The good news is that you don't have to hire a pro and pay big bucks for muscle relief.

Day 61: Chair Yoga - Remembering to breathe!

There is nothing better than integrating Yoga into your daily routine to center and refocus you during your workday. Throughout the day you may start building tension in your back and neck, maybe due to stress or because you are working at a computer doing repetitive motion in a stationary position for long periods of time.
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Day 48: Neck exercises for weary accountants

These exercises will help alleviate the muscle tension in the neck, shoulders, and back that comes from sitting for many long hours at a desk. Each of these exercises is done while you are seated at your desk.

Day 21: Neck resistance

Today's quick office exercise is designed to increase the strength of your neck muscles. According to Livestrong.com, stretches that utilize resistance provide stress relief, mobility, and range-of-motion.

Day 7: Wall Posture

This simple exercise is designed to directly counteract the unhealthy neck and upper back posture found in people who work at desk jobs.

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