You’re doing it right now, aren’t you?
Hunching forward to get a better view of your computer screen or mobile is one of the major causes of muscle tension in the neck and shoulders. Even using your computer mouse for hours on end can contribute.
Stress is another major player in the muscle tension stakes, by constricting blood vessels and reducing blood flow to muscles, nerves, and tendons. The resultant build-up of toxins causes that well-known ache and even headache associated with muscle and body tension.