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  1. Hi Ben! I am having a lot of headaches due to my job at the computer all day. Who knew being a doctor would turn into a desk job at the computer all day. Certainly was not in my plan. I am going to do your neck exercises to see if I can’t break the cycle. Thanks so much for this website!
    Angie

    • Thanks for the comment! I have found that chronic sitting (particularly at a computer) can definitely lead to headaches. Even when a person sits with “good” posture, which most do not, it’s hard on the neck and low back. Since a majority of headaches can be mechanical and cervicogenic, it makes sense that sitting would be a major culprit. For many of my clients, performing the foam roller stretches (demonstrated in My Top 8 Stretches) can virtually eliminate most headaches caused by poor posture and prolonged sitting. I hope you find the stretches just as useful. Feel well soon!