posture is not simply a matter of "standing tall." It
refers to correct use of the body at all times. To prevent
problems, avoiding strain must become a way of life,
practised while lying, sitting, standing, walking, working,
and exercising. By learning to live with good posture,
under all circumstances, you will gradually develop
proper carriage and stronger muscles which are needed
to protect and support your neck. Following neck exercises
and massage will help you achieve your goal.
Apply almond oil sparingly to your neck and massage
your neck from left to right in rhythmical, upward-stroking
motion, with one hand following the other. If your start
with the palms at the base of the neck, you should finish
with the forefingers up under the chin. Continue for
three or four minutes.
Sit straight and look straight in front of you. Now
gently rotate your neck in a clockwise direction.
Do it for 5 times and then rotate your neck in anti-clockwise
direction. Do it for 5 times and then come back to
your original position.
straight. Keeping your chin straight, turn your head
to one side looking to the right so that the chin
is over your shoulder. Turn your head as much as you
can. Hold till the count of 5 and come back to the
original position. Repeat the same sequence for the
your head in a central position, then lean it as far
over as you can towards one shoulder and hold for
a count of 10. Your neck may feel rather stiff to
begin with. Repeat on the other side making sure that
your shoulder remains still and relaxed throughout.
Do five repetitions.
these exercises atleast once in a day.