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Many of us tense up our neck muscles when under stress
, which can lead to pain and stiffness
over time. You can reduce tension and strengthen your neck at the same time with this simple exercise. The best part: No one in the office will know you're exercising; they'll think you're just frustrated.
Sitting at your desk, lean forward and place your elbows on your desk. With your head centered over your shoulders, press your forehead into your palms, using your palms to resist the pressure of your head. Hold this position for 3-5 seconds, release, and repeat three to five times. Now sit up straight and place your palms on the back of your head with your elbows out to the sides. Press your head back into your palms as you use your palms to resist the pressure of your head. Hold for 3-5 seconds, release, then repeat three to five times.
The best pillow for you depends on your own preferences, but generally stomach sleepers should go for soft, side sleepers for medium, and back sleepers for firm.
Here's another great exercise for the office. Place your palms on the edge of your chair and press down into your hands, lifting your hips and buttocks an inch or two into the air. Hold for 5 seconds, lower, and repeat five times for a great shoulder muscle strengthener.
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