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"Working at the computer is almost always the wrong back position and an extended head. Lifehacker shows exercises that will help stretch and relax hard neck muscles, preventing pain and other cervical spinal problems.
When you're working on a computer, let alone a laptop, your neck is usually pushed forward.
This causes excessive neck muscle strain, which has to keep the head in a non-physiological position.
When the head comes forward and shoulders are raised, the upper part of the trapezoidal muscle and the occipital muscles are tensed. On the contrary, the clavicular-ociliary muscles stretch and lose their tone.
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Over time, muscles get used to being tense all the time, so you can't just relax them.
What's more, collagen fascium fibers build up around your muscles and fix them in the wrong position, so you find it convenient.
Tense neck muscles can cause hyperlordosis of the cervical spine - a condition where the neck is overly stretched forward.
This, in turn, worsens the blood supply, can cause intervertebral hernia, cause nerve pinching and other problems.
To avoid getting sick, warm up your neck muscles regularly while doing the exercises suggested. Some of these can easily be done even at the workplace or in the car, others will need a ball, mat or rubber band. They can be done at home or in the gym.
Contraindications are severe neck pain or cervical spine problems such as hernia, nerve pinching or other conditions. In this case, you need qualified medical help and a physical therapist's recommendation."