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Migraine And Exercise

I’m Going To Talk To You Briefly About How We Can Relieve Some Tension, Headaches Or Migraines, And Even Neck Stress On Our Own At Home

Most of these aches and pains are brought on by our lifestyle habits.

We are hunched over computers all day.

We’re on our phones all day.

So hopefully these tips are going to help you to kind of get through that all on your own.

The first exercise is very simple.

Chin tuck.

A lot of times in the day, our head kind of shifts forward, and that’s going to put a lot of pressure due to gravity on the neck and shoulders area.

So what I want you to do is to try to imagine reversing that process.

And you’re going to feel a pull on the upper part of the neck.

I want you to hold that for about 20 to 30 seconds and you only need to do this once or twice a day.

The lateral cervical stretch.

You can just grab the top of your head and you’re going to pull it towards that arm.

Now with most stretches, you always want to hold it for about 20 to 30 seconds and you always want to do both sides.

Shoulder blade retraction.

Now our shoulder blades have a lot of muscles that attach up to the back of the head and the neck, instead of just doing a simple shoulder roll, actually wanting to put your arms up into almost like a cactus or a butterfly position here.

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