2. Light Exercise
Sitting in one place watching TV while looking at your smartphone or sitting in the office chair for hours can put additional strain on your neck that can lead to some pretty bad headaches. “This position, with your head sticking out, puts an extra 20-30 pounds of pressure on your neck!” explains DrAxe.com.
It suggests taking a break at least once an hour, but don’t just sit there – get up and do some stretching, and roll your head in a circular motion. Learning some easy yoga poses (look up Downward Facing Dog and Child’s Pose) can also loosen your muscles that cause tension headaches while also improving flexibility and strength, it adds.