By now you’ve probably heard the phrase “neck pain exercises”.

I’ve heard this from everyone from your boss to your grandmother and you can hear it in the comments below as well.

“You’ll feel better after a few days” or “you’ll feel the difference” are the popular excuses.

However, a study published this week in the American Journal of Sports Medicine finds that the majority of people who have neck pain and/or a neck strain are not experiencing neck pain as a result of exercise, but are instead experiencing a muscle strain.

What are the causes of neck muscle spasms?

In the article “Neck spasms: The cause of pain and injury?”, the authors explain that a neck spasm can be caused by either: A weak or dysfunctional neck muscles.

The muscle itself is weak or unstable.

Neck muscles that are weak or have a weak, tight or elastic feel.

Neck muscle spasm is not caused by a neck injury.

A neck injury, such as a car accident, trauma, or concussion, can cause a neck muscle to tense.

The muscles are not weak or weak because they’re weak or elastic, they’re weakened because they’ve been injured, the authors state.

What can be done to prevent a neck pain spasm?

There are a few ways to prevent the neck spasms from occurring in the first place.

Firstly, you can increase your strength and flexibility by exercising your neck muscles in a different way.

This is best done during a neck strengthening exercise.

You can do it on a chair, or even on a treadmill.

These exercises have an added benefit of keeping your neck in a more neutral position.

This can make your neck more flexible and relieve the tension of your neck.

A more traditional way to avoid neck pain is to relax your neck by simply lying down.

A lie down can also help relieve the pain and stiffness caused by neck spams.

This relaxation can be achieved by simply sitting up straight and then using your arms to bend your neck down towards your chest.

Relaxing your neck is a simple exercise, and it’s important to do this as soon as you can.

However it’s also important to get back to a more normal position by stretching your neck and/our muscles and neck muscles together.

This stretches your neck, and you will naturally feel better.

Exercise your neck with a sports bra, or an elastic band, if you’re feeling a little tired, or wear a compression neck shirt, if it helps relieve your neck pain.

Exercise a neck exercise that helps relieve neck pain, such the “chin stretch” or the “head stretch” can help.

The exercises you do to relieve neck muscle pain will depend on your strength level, flexibility, and neck pain severity.

If you are more flexible than the average person, you should exercise your neck without discomfort.

However if you are a lot more flexible, you’ll probably need to take some time to get used to the stretching exercises and get back into a more relaxed position.

The next thing to do is try to stretch your neck out and back, and keep your head level.

If this doesn’t help, it’s time to take a rest.

The exercise that will ease your neck spasticity is to bend the neck forward and then backward, with your chin resting on your neck at the top of your back.

This exercise can help relieve neck spasms and can help you to keep your neck relaxed.

If it doesn’t ease your pain, you might need to try a different exercise.

The third way to relieve your discomfort is to rest.

This will help you relieve your muscle spasming pain.

If that doesn’t relieve your pain too much, then you might want to consider a stretching program that involves a sports massage, stretching, or relaxation.

Some exercises that help relieve your spine spasms are stretching exercises, such like the “spinal flexion stretches”.

The authors explain, “If you have a spasm, your spine is in a state of constant motion and the muscles are stretched out and the spine is relaxed, it can be uncomfortable.

If your spasm doesn’t have a cause and/of the spasm but it’s still painful, then this might be the cause of the spasmiess.”

If you feel that you’re not feeling any pain or stiffness, then rest for 15 minutes.

If the pain is gone, then continue to rest until the spasms go away.

Some people find that a yoga class can be very helpful in easing their pain.

Yoga helps relieve tension and spasms caused by injury, but if you find yourself with neck pain you may also want to take advantage of the pain relief yoga offers.

Some neck pain relief methods include: Head scrubs