Involuntary muscle contraction can occur in any part of the body starting from the extremities and finishing with muscles of the spine. When this man feels very unpleasant.
Especially painful are the cramps that occur in muscles of the neck. After all, they are responsible for our breathing, swallowing and speech. Frequent spasms of the muscles of the cervical spine can disrupt the blood supply, cause anoxia, edema, and frequent migraines.
To cure this disease, you need to understand the reasons for its occurrence. If cramps occur due a long stay in a sitting position, to help these simple exercises for the cervical spine
Exercises for cervical spine
- Exercise # 1
Perform exercise sitting on a chair, straighten the arms along the body. Turn your head right to the limit, then left. Try while turning the head to fix the chin over the shoulder. Do at least 10 repetitions of exercises.
- Exercise # 2
Sitting on a chair and straighten the arms along the torso, tilt your head down. Try to reach your chin to the chest cavity. Do at least 10 repetitions of this exercise.
- Exercise # 3
Sitting on a chair, put one hand on his forehead. Perform the head tilts forward, while pushing the hand on the forehead, as if preventing the movement. Repeat the exercise at least 10 times.
- Exercise # 4
Sitting on a chair, put your palm on the head and do the head tilts to the right. Try a palm as to impede the movement of the head. Then, switch hands and do the head tilts to the left. Do at least 5 repetitions of exercises.
It should be noted that this set of exercises is effective in chronic diseases of the cervical. If you feel sharp pain, immediately go to the doctor.
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