Office workers often experience neck pain, but medical research points to some simple exercises that can lower the likelihood of experiencing it. New research from the University of Queensland reveals a series of shoulder and neck exercises that will strengthen the muscles that support the neck and either ease existing pain or even eliminate the chance of having it at all. Long periods of sitting can be hard on the body, and neck or back pain reduces productivity. As a result, employers are becoming more interested in looking for ways to resolve the problem.
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