– plus it can help with nagging neck aches.
If you spend a lot of time on your phone or laptop, chances are your neck muscles could use a little love.
Especially your deep neck flexors, which sit behind your windpipe - because they play a huge role in neck stability.
Slouching while on your phone or computer means your head is often forward and angled downward. Over time, this position weakens those muscles and can lead to muscle imbalances.
Here’s an exercise that’ll feel amazing after a long screen-time session. You might even feel it in your upper back and shoulders.
✅Lie on your back
✅Without lifting your head, look down towards your toes drawing your chin in towards your chest (think double chin)
✅Hold for 10 seconds and repeat 10 times!
That’s it! An easy exercise that you can do with no equipment in less than 2 minutes.
Try this and let me know how you feel after.