Tried & Tested neck pain relievers
Some have it for a short period, and some have prolonged neck pain due to various reasons. We have the most simple and cheap solutions for you to get relieved from the pain in your neck. However, let's get a better understanding of neck pain.
Causes of Neck Pain
- The prolonged strain on the neck in one position.
- Sleeping in an uncomfortable position
- Wearing heavy necklaces
- Chiropractic manipulation
- Stress and Anxiety
- Improper Breathing
Effects of Neck Pain
The neck is the most vulnerable organ of the body and can get injured quickly with a slight strain. Neck pain can easily spread further to your shoulders, spine, back and also cause headaches. It is essential to protect our neck and comfort it as the channel supports our head and holds the spine. A keen observation will reveal that neck pain causes are more associated with lifestyle and regular patterns. Corrections and modifications in our daily routine can save us from neck pain and heavy pain killers.
Including yoga in the daily routine is an excellent way to get away with neck pain. Consistent and disciplined yoga practice can provide pain relief and improve your movements, making you feel better gradually. You can relax the muscles and tissues to release the tension you are holding in your body.
Here are 4 Best Asanas that you can incorporate into your regular routine:
All the 4 Asanas suggested for neck pain are beginner level asanas and can be practiced easily by anyone.
Kati Chakrasana (Waist rotation pose)
- Stand in Tadasana .Legs shoulder-width apart.
- Now inhaling stretch the hands forward in front of your chest with your palms facing each other.
- While exhaling twist to right side placing the left palm on right shoulder and right palm on left lower back. Look over the right shoulder.
- While you inhale, come back to the center and repeat the same on the other side.
Padahastasana (Hand-to- feet pose)
- Stand in Tadasana. Inhale and raise your hands up over the head.
- Exhale and bend forward keeping your hands and back in one line, without bending your knees or hunching the back. Try to place the abdomen on thighs.
- After a few breaths, breathe in and rise up, relax hands.
Marjari Asana ( Cat-Cow Stretch)
- Come to table pose.
- Make sure your palms are in line with the shoulders, knees in line with the hip joints. Knees hip-width apart.
- Now while inhaling, arch your spine and lookup. Navel comes close to the mat.
- While exhaling round the back and bring the chin to the chest.
- Continue for few breaths.
- Relax in the child's pose.
Triyak Bhujangasana (Twisted Cobra Pose)
- Lie on your stomach, legs straight with toes pointing backward, knees together.
- Place both arms shoulder-width apart, palms under the shoulders.
- Inhale and lift the head, chest, and shoulders up, with a slight angle at the elbows.
- Exhale and twist to your right side, look at your right heel, and further to the left heel for more twisting experience.
- Inhale, come to the center, and exhale. Twist to your left side, look at your left heel and then right heel for more experience of the twist.
- Repeat for a few times before relaxing in makarasana.
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All these asanas mentioned above not only work on your Neck but your entire body. Each pose induces strength, movement, and flexibility. Few Asanas like Padahastasana are a part of Surya Namaskar, which is recommended to practice every day. The Neck being the vital part of our body, needs to be nourished and taken care of often. Small movements and regular attention can curb your Neck Pain easily. Every Yoga routine has to begin with a set of warm-up exercises so that your body is free from the risk of injuries, and you definitely wouldn't risk your Neck. So follow all the guidelines and practice safely so that your Neck is stronger and flexible.