Simple yoga to reduce head and neck pain
It’s all connected, I find myself using this as my daily mantra for body and mind.Some days your jaw hurts more than your neck, and sometimes it’s the other way around. But when you’re dealing with TMJ, you might as well assume one thing is triggering another. A bad day of neck and shoulder pain will make your TMJ disorder feel worse, because it will affect the way you hold your jaw that day. A bad TMJ day could mess up your neck tomorrow because of the increased tension in that area. The best thing to do is take a holistic approach and look for ways to calm as much of this problem area as possible.
This yoga-based stretching routine is easy for beginners and shockingly effective at relieving pain in the jaw, head, neck, shoulders, and upper back. It’s great for relieving TMJ pain, and you can even do it at your desk! I love to share this with clients and I personally use this video several times a week. Enjoy !