Just 15 degrees of forward head tilt can triple the weight of the head on the spine.
Looking down at digital devices everyday puts repeated stress on the neck that can lead to "Tech Neck" - perhaps the most common cause of headaches for kids and adults alike.
Why It Matters
It's estimated that kids spend up to 1,400 hours per year in the postures associated with the development of "Tech Neck." Not surprisingly, adults aren't far behind. All that screen time adds up. More headaches. Less productivity.
Keep it simple. Take breaks, stretch often, and encourage your family to do the same. These are some of the best (and easiest) ways to help break the bad habits that can lead to "Tech Neck."