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First: Brew some chamomile tea – which contains compounds that can ease muscle spasms.
Then, kick back in a recliner, or on a pile of pillows with your head supported, to reduce the muscle tension in your neck and torso.
And apply a heating pad to your neck for 20 minutes. Physiology professor Dr. Charles Swanik at the University of Delaware says heat is relaxingPlus, it increases blood circulation, which brings natural pain-relieving chemicals right to the sore spot.

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