Could “Tech Neck” Cause Your Headaches, Neck, & Shoulder Pain? How to Correct It!

Could “Tech Neck” Cause Your Headaches, Neck, & Shoulder Pain? How to Correct It!


32 comments on “Could “Tech Neck” Cause Your Headaches, Neck, & Shoulder Pain? How to Correct It!

  1. Kate Ramsey Post author

    I like the finger squish. I've been dealing with tech neck the last several weeks as I've been sewing. Old posture habit. With my improved posture it's a painful difference. Thanks for this. Good timing.
    A couple months ago I stumbled upon a video dealing with a pinched nerve that shows up by making the arm you aren't sleeping on go numb. I can't remember what search term for that beyond pinched nerve and you have a lot of those. Do you know the name of that post, or can you tell me what that pinched nerve or the symptom is called? Thank you.

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  2. ACTSRevolution Post author

    You guys don't know how it works!!!!   7-eye wraparound computer/reading glasses!  I'm 60 and it's EXACTLY like not even having a correction!

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  3. Ang Web Post author

    I was told I have no cushion in my neck when I went to carpractor. Can u explain that more please…thanks

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  4. Bk Jackson Post author

    While a lot of foam roller use feels like torture (i.e. ITB) I LOVE that stretch laying on it lengthwise. That one feels good! 😎

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  5. Moggridge Post author

    I suppose we should all be grateful that Bob does not finish his intro word in the Bruce Willis manner…

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  6. Ginger Badjie Post author

    Happy to see the original B&B joking around in his vid. I miss your old antics and apart from the knowledge was the reason i subbed 3 years ago now 🙂 Love from England xoxo

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  7. Jeff Hallinan Post author

    I have this, I feel like my neck disc like slipped and now I get numbness in my shoulders and arms and upper back with excruciating pain in the slipped part
    Edit: i play video games everyday for most of the day and I play a lot of handheld consoles aswell. Since I've found your channel I've been improving my posture a lot and doing all your stretches and stuff. Days I don't do these exercises I get right back into the pain untill I do the routine. Can't thank yoy guys enough. As I've said before. You guys don't get enough credit for what you do

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  8. Calikign Post author

    Tech neck is catchy! Forward neck posture gets right to the point. Timely information for the age of tech! Thanks Bob & Brad!

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  9. M. Graph Post author

    Years of refusing to have a mobile phone, finally I get one then get addicted to it, months later my shoulders and neck are rolled forward, headaches and weird vision! I notice young people leanong so far forward thinking, they are going to pay for that with a lot of pain, then one day, hello so was I ! Being Bob is so tall you see so many tall people stooping due to so many people being shorter to connect or hear etc or amenities etc being lower, so seeing Bob sit and stand straight is excellent. As always you guys are awesome thank you! ?that t-shirt rocks. Yes Dowagers hump, horrid name !

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  10. Katherine Bolivar Post author

    i like the new fancy headsets you guys are sporting…. very official bob and brad 😀

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  11. Margaret Mager Post author

    Tech neck looks terrible you are correct. Holding the phone up causes elbow pain. The phone is bad for us all. Sad we are all addicted.

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  12. Meredith R. Post author

    I had some “tech neck” pain and then the day after you posted this video I was hungover and dry heaving, and somehow must’ve pulled a muscle in the back of my head. I thought it was an aneurysm, laying on the floor holding my head screaming, went to the ER who said everything was ok. The back of me head still hurts and I was looking for a solution for tech neck… and here it is!!

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  13. ghillies4life Post author

    I have terrible tech neck right now from… Wait for it… Breastfeeding. It's CRAZY painful. I've always had great posture, but not anymore. I have to fix it. Great advice.

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