http://www.massagebyheather.com - Get rid of your headache with stretches instead of a pill from Louisville massage therapist Heather Wibbels, LMT. Take 3-5 minutes to perform these stretches and your headache will vanish as quickly as with a pain reliever.
Physical Therapist neck exercises from https://www.pelvicexercises.com.au brings you a 5 minute exercise routine to stretch your neck muscles and relieve tension in your neck and shoulders Michelle Kenway presents a series of neck exercises that focus upon relieving commonly experienced areas of tension. The exercises presented are general neck exercises and should all feel comfortable and pain free. These exercises are not designed to treat specific neck conditions. Never stretch beyond the limits of personal comfort and immediately cease any neck exercises that are associated with any physical discomfort. This exercise video guides you step by step through a number of basic neck exercises and techniques to relieve neck and shoulder muscles and improve posture. Neck exercises demonstrated in this 5 minute exercise video: Neck exercise 1 - Correct sitting posture for neck stretches Sit with your spine lengthened and tall by lifting the crown of your head towards the ceiling, raising your sternum slightly and relaxing your shoulders back and down. Neck exercise 2 - Shoulder rolls Shoulder rolls are a nice way to relieve tension in the neck and shoulders. This exercise involves circular movements of the shoulder girdle forwards, upwards, backwards and down as if drawing circles with the shoulders. This exercise can be coordinated with breathing, breathing in as you raise your shoulders upwards and exhaling as you roll your shoulders back and down. It can be useful to use this exercise as a technique to relax your neck and shoulders and to set your correct posture. Neck exercise 3 - Chin to chest Chin to chest stretch is directed towards stretching and relieving the muscles at the back of the neck. Sit tall with your spine lengthened and gently lower your chin towards your chest as you breathe out. Repeat slowly and gently 3-4 times in a row. Neck exercise 4 - Ear to shoulder stretch This neck exercise involves directing the ear towards the shoulder to stretch and relieve tension in the muscles at the side of the neck. First correct your posture, stabilise or fix your left shoulder down by taking your left hand to hold under your chair. Slowly lower your right ear to your right shoulder keeping your nose facing forwards throughout. This neck exercise stretches the neck muscles in the left side of your neck. The stretch may be felt anywhere from below the left ear, the left side of the neck and into the left upper shoulder. This stretch can be gently maintained for 30-45 seconds, slowly released and repeated a couple of times in a row if desired. Ear to shoulder stretch can be performed on both sides of the neck. Neck exercise 5 - Nose to armpit stretch Nose to armpit stretch is a useful stretch for relieving the muscles that run from the head into the shoulder. First correct your posture, stabilise your shoulder girdle by grasping under the seat of your chair with your left hand and rotate your head towards the right, lowering your nose to your right armpit. You will feel a gentle stretch on the left side of your neck. This stretch can be gently maintained for 30-45 seconds, slowly released and repeated a couple of times in a row if desired. Perform this stretch on both sides of the neck. Neck exercise 6 - Nose to opposite knee Nose to opposite knee can stretch and relieve the muscles that run through the back of the neck into the top of the shoulder blade (these muscles lift the shoulder blade). Set your posture and stabilise your left shoulder down by taking your left hand to hold under your chair. Rotate your head slightly to the right and gently lower your nose towards your right knee. Nose to opposite knee stretch can be gently maintained for 30-45 seconds, slowly released and repeated a couple of times in a row if desired. Nose to opposite knee can be performed on both sides of the neck. Upper back/shoulder exercise 7 - Forward reach To stretch the muscles in your middle back between your shoulder blades, link your fingers together, roll your shoulders forwards and reach out in front of your body. Gently lower your chin to your chest to combine some additional neck stretch exercise. Chest stretch exercise 8 - Arms behind body To stretch your chest and assist good posture, link your fingers together behind your back. Raise your arms away from your back and lift your chest at the same time. You should feel a gentle stretch across the front of your chest. Reset your posture to finish To complete your neck exercises, roll your shoulders in circles a couple of times, coordinate this action with your breathing and reset your posture with your spine straight and your shoulders relaxed and down. For more Physiotherapist exercises visit Michelle's You Tube channel or website at https://www.pelvicexercises.com.au
Dr. Oz demonstrates a way to stretch your neck in order to relieve pain caused by strain.
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowhealth Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowhealth The great thing about the seven kinds of neck exercises is that they can be done from practically anywhere. Learn about seven kinds of neck exercises with help from a family wellness chiropractor in this free video clip. Expert: Dr. Jay Warren Contact: www.DrJayWarren.com Bio: Dr. Jay Warren has practiced as a family wellness chiropractor in San Diego for 12 years. Filmmaker: Rafael Rodriguez Series Description: The importance of properly stretching simply cannot be overstated. Learn about chiropractic stretches that you can do at home with help from a family wellness chiropractor in this free video series.
http://www.massagebyheather.com - Louisville massage therapist Heather Wibbels, LMT demonstrates using these four acupressure points to relieve tension and pain in the jaw area. This self-massage for the jaw can relieve tenderness in the area and some of the soreness and discomfort from TMJ syndrome. See
http://www.massagebyheather.com - Use this relaxation technique to soothe tension around the eyes and forehead. Light touch combined with breathing exercises can release the tight muscles that cause eye strain and headaches. In this video, Heather Wibbels, LMT demonstrates a n easy way to relax the face and eyes.
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Tension Headache Relief with Simple Stretches: http://www.AskDoctorJo.com Tension headaches are very common, and they can really shut you down. Stress is the number one cause of tension headaches. Use Doctor Jo's simple stretches and exercises to relax the muscles that are causing the pain. For a detailed blog post about this video, visit http://www.askdoctorjo.com/content/relieve-tension-headaches-simple-stretches Related Videos: Neck Pain Exercises & Stretches: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NOsE-VPpkE Neck Spasm Stretches: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn9lSUG0mcI =========================================== **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askdoctorjo ======================================= Doctor Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. http://www.AskDoctorJo.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AskDoctorJo Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AskDoctorJo ======================================= Tension Headache Relief with Simple Stretches: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWNf6Khc9go DISCLAIMER: This video and any related comments are not medical advice. Check with your own healthcare professional before attempting anything in this video. This information is only intended to show you the correct technique for physical therapy exercises and should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any medical condition. If you experience any pain or difficulty while doing these exercises, stop immediately and see your healthcare professional.