Neck pain is a common problem that may affect anyone. There are many causes of this type of pain such as, bad posture, injuries, wear and tear or the habit of holding a head in one position.

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Most often, neck pain is not very serious condition and it is easy to alleviate this pain in a few days. However, there are more severe cases, when strong neck pain can be the symptom of a serious disease. If you experience neck pain for more than one week, you need to consult with your physician. You need to remember that neck pain may extend to other parts of your body. It can result in negative health consequences.

If you feel that your neck pain is not that serious, but you want to reduce the pain, we recommend you practicing yoga. This activity is one of the most effective ways to treat neck pain. Studies show that people who practice yoga for more than nine weeks experience pain relief and improved health. Yoga practice may help you relax your body and relieve stress levels.

If you will practice this yoga routine at least three times a week, you will notice positive results in one month. Just make sure you listen to your body and perform all positions slowly. Are you ready for yoga practice? Scroll down to see how to practice this yoga routine correctly in order to treat neck pain and improve flexibility.

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#1. Standing forward bend pose

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#2. Warrior II pose

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#3. Extended triangle pose

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#4. Cat cow pose

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#5. Thread the needle pose

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#6. Cow face pose

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#7. Half lord of the fishes pose

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#8. Sphinx pose

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#9. Bow pose

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#10. Child’s pose

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#11. Legs-up-the-wall pose

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#12. Corpse pose

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