1. Bad Discs The pressure of your own body weight on your neck muscles and discs over years of poor sitting, standing, and bending habits is enough to injure your neck as badly as a single accident. After years of squashing the discs in your neck with a forward head posture - letting your neck tilt forward, jutting your chin forward, so that the weight of your head unevenly presses the vertebrae and the discs between them, the discs start to be pressed outward toward the back. They break down (degenerate) and bulge in the direction you've been pushing them (herniate). The disc and the swelling from damaging the area can press on nerves, pain goes down your arm.
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