IT can be a painful and frustrating experience if you find it difficult to sway your neck from side to side, especially when it leads to a headache, reducing your ability to concentrate.
Jovago.com, Africa’s No 1 hotel booking portal shares 5 things you should stop doing to check stiff neck.
Overloading your backpack
Whether you are hiking or going on an adventure in the mountains of Taraba, you don’t need to overload one backpack with everything you need. Rather than carrying excess baggage, distribute it among your adventurous friends or pull a cart along with you on the journey to lessen the pressure.
Holding your phone with your shoulders
Your shoulders are not for receiving calls. But, this habit is rampant among many phone users who use this part of their body as a prop while making or receiving phone calls. If this habit helps you multitask, it is helpful to put all other duties on hold while speaking over the phone and resume after speaking.
Pay attention to your posture
The way you sit, stand and walk can determine if you will have an amazing posture. This also applies to a stiff neck. If you sit or walk haphazardly, your neck will bear the brunt because it is located between your back and head. As a solution, exercise often to achieve a posture that will not trigger neck pain.
If you suffer from a stiff neck frequently, pay your doctor’s office a visit. Severe neck pains can lead to headaches, nausea, vomiting, night sweats and the inability to fall or stay asleep.