Neck pain is one of the common problems especially among office goers, people who spend most of the time looking down on their phones, and those who have a sitting job. Also, bad sleeping posture can cause pain and stiffness in the neck, and affect your daily life. Also Read - 20-Year-Old Telangana Boy Dies of Severe Neck Pain After Playing PUBG For 45 Days Straight, Battle Royale Game Apologises After Players Receive Health Reminders
Additionally, mental health issues, muscle spasm, and stress can lead to this condition too. Neck pain can be both chronic and acute. If it is chronic, you must take professional help. However, in case the pain is temporary, you can do certain neck exercises that can provide you relief. Also Read - Avaance Life Sciences launches 'Spinopain', 'KneePill' supplementary formulas good for neck pain, low back pain and knee joint pain
Physiotherapy is considered as one of the most effective ways to get rid of chronic neck pain. Also, it can improve your neck flexibility and strength of muscles. Here, we tell you about certain physiotherapy exercises that you can easily do in the comfort of your home and get recovered soon. Also Read - Exercises for neck pain: These 4 exercises will get rid of your neck pain
This is one of the most simple yet effective exercises when it comes to getting relief from nagging neck pain. You basically need to turn your neck in the left direction slowly. Maintain this position for at least 5 to 7 seconds. Then, slowly turn your neck in the right direction keeping your jaw at the same height throughout. Again hold the posture for the same duration. You must repeat it 5 times at least.
This is also quite simple to do. To begin, keep your neck straight in the center and then tilt it towards your shoulders and remain in the same position for at least 5 seconds. Return to the starting position slowly. Now, gently tilt your neck to the other side and again hold the posture for 5 seconds. Repeat this 5 times on each side.
You simply need to tilt your neck downward and try to touch your chin with it. Return back to the original position after holding the tilted position for 5 seconds. Repeat it at least 5 times and you are done.