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We spend so much time staring at our phones, computers and televisions that most of our heads have shifted forward, and that’s not a good thing. There’s even a term for it: forward head posture. The good news: You can start to fix it no matter where you are

1. Pull your head back lightly – don’t jam it back. Imagine giving yourself a slight double chin. Make sure your eyes look forward, not down. Repeat five times. 2. Or hold your head back for 10 to 30 seconds.

The Globe and Mail

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