I cant tell you how many times I've had a client come in with upper back and neck tension who afterwards express they didnt even realize they had a headache until the tension was finally gone.
Half to three quarters of the world's adult population (18-65 years old) have had a headache in the last year. Not only are headaches painful, they can be disabling.
With computers, phones and driving, we need to take preventative steps in combating our lifestyles.
Lifestyle Triggers for primary headaches can be:
-highly caffeinated beverages
-certain foods, such as aged cheese, chocolate, and processed meats that contain nitrates
-changes in sleep or lack of sleep
I don't expect people to stop living their life, so I made a video of some simple breath & movement techniques to help prevent the buildup of tension your upper back and neck.
If you find it helpful, be sure to forward it to a friend.