This self-massage is good for headaches at the side of your head. These are often caused by tension and by jaw clenching. A thorough practitioner will check your TMJ (jaw joint), to assess if it part of your headache.
This exercise is great for strengthening the deep muscles at the front of your neck. The neck is a very common cause of headaches. Having a strong stable neck helps to reduce headaches.
An excellent exercise for gently stretching the muscles at the base of the skull (sub-occipital muscles). It is these muscles that hurt during a tension headache.
The jaw joint (TMJ) is a major cause of headaches that is very often ignored by health professionals. This exercise decompresses the jaw, and stretches the tight muscles at the back of the neck. It is an excellent treatment for TMD (Tempro-Mandibular Dysfunction).
This is the classic exercise for neck strengthening and mobility.