Help with bony " hump" or vertebrae sticking out of the back of my neck..
Hello, I discovered like a month ago what appears to be a bony hump or vertebrae sticking out on the back of my neck. I found it because I've been experiencing back pain so I took a mirror and I discovered the bone sticking out. Funny thing, I don't feel neck pain but I don't know why I have this..
I believe this appeared as I spend a lot of time in front of the computer, so this looks like posture related. I also don't go outside a lot and I guess I'm lacking some vitamin D. I just started taking like a month ago 10.000u of vitamin D daily, and I plan to start taking a calcium supplement because I don't like dairy products.
What do you think the cause of my problem is? bad posture, lack of vitamin D- calcium? Are there any neck or back exercises I could follow? Is there any device that could help me get rid of this? I'm very concerned..
Not really any good routine exercise but there is exercises (plural) you need to get in a gym and
Lift se light weights and more importantly get into some pilates classes
If your Male then know this Pilates Is not a girly thing to do, I'm a current bodybuilder and I swear by it you will become a new person if you give it a good crack
But basically you know yourself that sitting at the computer will cause problems right? The human body was designed to move all the time except for sleep :)
Goodluck with it
All in my opinion of course
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