While your spine runs through your neck as well as your back, herniated discs are rarely the cause of neck pain. Far more often it’s caused by muscle imbalances in the upper back and neck and myofascial trigger points.
Getting permanent relief from this type of pain requires restoring the normal tension between opposing muscles and eliminating the tiny muscle knots (trigger points) which cause referred pain.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t get at least temporary relief so you can continue your day with less pain. I put together this quick video to help you do just that.
In the next four minutes you can watch this video and follow along these three simple stretches (and some variations) that will have you feeling better in no time!
And once you’ve completed the stretches and feel better, be sure to check out the Lose the Neck Pain program … the neck pain solution with a 93% success rate!
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