Discover neck pain relief from exercises. Do you have burning pain in your shoulders and neck? Are you tired of feeling like your energy is been sapped right out of you?
Too many people have NO clue that a lot of that pain can be diminished. Simply by learning to better flow your energy and breath out your fingertips helps a lot.
Shallow and irregular breathing patterns quite often are a main contributors to neck pain as well. Breathing like this for an entire day at work can give you a lot of unnecessary tension over time.
Many actually hold their breath for astonishingly long periods of time concentrating during work and aren't even aware of it.
By focusing on your breath and energy flowing out from your fingers and way past your fingertips is a great way to help you relieve neck pain. With your fingers extended outwards more, instead of clawed contraction position that's commonplace for most people, you can quickly eliminate a lot of stress and will energize you more than you can imagine.
It doesn't matter how strong you are with your hands and fingers.
If you're continuously contracting your hands muscles over time, when they become fatigued from typing, holding a steering wheel and you are breathing shallow at the same time, the stress and pain in your shoulders begins almost immediately.
Taking a few moments break every 25 minutes or so to massage your hands with “energy snaps” and a few quick massages goes a long way in flowing more creative energy. By doing a few Dynamic Finger Gymnastics by Garin Bader “elongating the fingers stretching” helps to extend the energy outwards downwards away from your painful neck and shoulder out through your hands.
You can revitalize your energy quickly with these enliven your creativity almost instantaneously.
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