How much do you think our head weighs?

On average, it is 4-5 kg. When we look at a laptop or smartphone screen, we bend our necks an average of 45 degrees, increasing the load by 5 times! Because of this, most modern people develop the so-called "computer neck syndrome" ("text-neck" in English). Due to long-term stress on the cervical spine, the muscles of the middle of the back, neck, shoulders, pectoral muscles and upper back muscles are weakened. Posture worsens and often this leads to stooping and curvature of the spine, as well as laxity of the skin of the neck and, therefore, the appearance of a second chin.

Neck discomfort and pain is one of the most common problems among office workers and those who spend a lot of time in front of a computer or on the phone. Therefore, we are happy to share with you a set of simple exercises for the neck from Igor Obukhovsky, a professional trainer and host of many Ukrainian reality shows. Exercises are easy to perform at home, in the office WITHOUT LEAVING your workplace, or anywhere you have free time.

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