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This reset may be performed seated or standing. Glide your head backward like it's on a rail. Place your hands at your chin. Tilt your head back using the muscles in the back of your neck. Very gently assist with your hands at the end of your natural range of motion. Don't hold. Return to start position. If you feel compression or discomfort at the base of the neck, modify your range of motion. Repeat eight to 10 times. Exhale as you tilt your head backward. Inhale as you return your head to start position. Incorporate this simple and effective reset anytime you find yourself with your neck too far forward.
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