#1 Muscle That Makes You Look 10-Years Older

Posted: February 1, 2019

 Despite what you may have heard in the movie Jerry McGuire, the human head does not weigh 8 lbs.

The average human head weighs 10 to 12 pounds.

When your head sits perfectly upon your neck and shoulders, the body naturally adapts to holding this weight.

But if your head posture is constantly pulled forward from texting a lot or sitting at a computer all day, the weight of your head pulls on your neck and puts pressure on your spine.

Furthermore, when your head is pulled forward the additional pressure on your neck, shoulders and back rises dramatically causing serious tissue damage.

In fact, every inch your head is thrust forward from its natural position adds another 10 lbs of stress & pressure on the neck, shoulders, back and spine.

Fix the #1 Muscle That  Makes You Look 10-Years Older Than You Actually Are

It’s why you may have developed that ugly ‘hump’ below your neck; to combat the stress of holding your head up, the body’s reaction has been to build-up bone and fat tissue to compensate and protect the spine at the C7 vertebrae.

Forward head and neck posture doesn’t just leave you looking awkward and older than you really are it also causes much deeper, serious problems including:
    • Constant fatigue and lack of energy
    • Pain in your neck, shoulders or upper, lower and middle back
    • Permanent damage to your joints, muscles & ligaments
    • Headaches and migraines
    • Poor sleep or insomnia
    • Arthritis
    • Impaired athletic performance
    • Loss of height by 2 inches
    • Looking 10 lbs fatter than you actually are
    • Affects your hormonal health
    • Noisy mouth breathing, snoring & sleep apnea
    • Early degeneration of your spine
    • Pinched and trapped nerves
    • Decreased range of motion
    • Lack of confidence
    • Blood Flow to the Brain
    • Asthma
    • Decreased lung capacity by up to 30%
    • Harmful effects to vision and hearing
    • Jaw pain and sinus issues
    • Dizziness, vertigo and balance issues
  • Burdens your digestive system

If you’ve suffered any of these without realizing the root problem was Forward Head Posture also known as Text Neck, you’re in luck because you can….

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