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Fix Your Neck With These 5 Dynamic Stretches

Apr 18, 2024

Do you ever feel like your neck is holding onto the stress of the day?

Whether it’s hunching over a computer, looking down at your phone, or simply carrying the weight of daily tasks, our necks can get tense and tight.

But there’s good news! Here are 5 dynamic stretches you can do anywhere, anytime, to melt away that tension and find relief.

Important Note: Always listen to your body! These stretches should be gentle and never cause pain. Stop the movement if you experience any discomfort and consult a healthcare professional if neck tension persists.

  1. Head Tilts  Let’s ease into it with some side bends. Gently tilt your head to one side, bringing your ear towards your shoulder. Hold for a breath, then slowly tilt to the other side. Repeat 5-10 times on each side.
  2. Neck Rotations  Keep your head upright and your neck and spine straight. Now imagine you’re saying “no” very slowly — first to one side, then to the other. Keep your shoulders relaxed throughout the movement. Complete 5 rotations in each direction.
  3. Chin Tucks  Tuck your chin down towards your chest, creating a gentle stretch along the back of your neck. Hold for a breath, then slowly return to the starting position. Repeat 5-10 times.
  4. Neck Extensions   With your hands behind your head, gently push your chin upwards, creating a slight arch in your neck. Hold for a breath, then return to the starting position. Repeat 5-10 times.
  5. Scapular Rolls  This one stretches not just your neck, but also your upper back, a common source of neck tension. Roll your shoulders forward in a circular motion, then reverse direction. Repeat 5 times in each direction.

By incorporating these simple stretches into your daily routine, you can combat neck tension and keep your head feeling free and mobile. So take a moment, stretch it out, and get back to enjoying your day, tension-free!

This is not medical advice. If you have undiagnosed pain or are new to exercise, always consult a healthcare professional before starting this or any new program.

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