It is essential to avoid a slouched posture as it causes your head to stick out in front and can cause you to have a rounded upper back. We all know bad posture is not good but it commonly leads to shoulder and neck issues. Put a post-it note that says "posture" on the edge of your computer screen when you are sitting for hours on end, so you have constant reminders to focus on your posture. When in your car, properly adjust your headrest to ensure that your head is close to it when driving to avoid the slouched posture with your head jutting forward.
2. Sleeping Posture
Finding the correct sleeping posture for you is essential. You spend a third of your life in bed, so take the time to figure out the best posture for you. Depending on your type of shoulder & neck pain, the perfect posture can vary person to person. When lying on your side, keep a large pillow under your armpit so your elbow is raised off your ribs to take tension off of your shoulder/rotator cuff. Make sure your pillow is not too thick or too thin as an extreme on either end could cause your neck to be in an awkward position all night long causing pain. There is no one magic pillow or perfect position for everyone. However, determining which one is the best for you is essential to keeping your pain from returning.
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