Simple exercises will help you overcome osteochondrosis and preserve your health.
The first manifestations of cervical osteochondrosis are back pain, headaches, dizziness, “flies” in the eyes, hearing impairment or noises, as well as swaying when walking as a result of poor coordination.
To prevent this from happening, we offer simple exercises that will help you defeat osteochondrosis and preserve your health.
- Lower your chin to your neck. Turn your head first 5 times to the right and then 5 times to the left.
- Raise your chin slightly. Turn your head again to the right 5 times, then to the left 5 times.
- Tilt your head to the right, trying to reach your shoulder with your ear - 5 times, then to the left 5 times.
- Head straight. Overcoming the resistance of the tense neck muscles, press the chin to the jugular fossa. At the same time, the crown of the head stretches upward.
- Press your forehead into your palm and tighten your neck muscles. Do the exercise 3 times for 7 seconds.
- Straining the muscles of the neck, press with the left temple on the left palm (3 times for 7 seconds). Now press with your right temple on your right palm (3 times for 7 seconds).
- Chin straight, hands on the back of the head. Press the back of your head on your hands 3 times for 7 seconds.
- Hands, connected at the fingers, bring under the chin. Press your chin on your hands 3 times for 7 seconds.