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If you're at a computer a lot, make sure your desk is set up on ergonomic principles to reduce eyestrain and muscle strain.
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4/19/13 8:02 P
It sounds like you should do some neck rotations/stretches for your neck and shoulders and maybe some strength exercises to make your back stronger. Go to a chiropractor or your doctor, and they'll talk you though moves to relieve tension in your neck. My mom had this issue a few years ago, and her doctor was a big help.
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When it comes to issues like this, it would be best to talk with your doctor or health care provider who is most familiar with you and your medical history.
4/19/13 5:47 P
Oh my...I could have written this!
My neck always hurts and is suuuuper stiff. Or at least it was. Like you, i was petrified of any sort of neck exercises, but slowly incorporating them into my stretching routines have really helped me and eased some of that discomfort.
Having said that, I am far from an expert, so perhaps this is something you should discuss with your doctor?
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