We have curated some practical exercises for you that can be done in just 10-minutes.
Forward and Backward Tilt:
Sit with your back straight. Tilt your chin up toward the ceiling. It will bring the base of your skull toward your back. Hold for 10 seconds, then go back to the start position. Repeat the set every day whenever you get time.
Sit straight and slowly raise your shoulders straight up and move them in a circular motion in the future six times and then backward six times alternately to relieve neck pain.
An easy, effective and handy way to exercise, chair squats are a great way to relieve tension off your lower back. Alternate this without a chair by doing standing squats. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your hands down by your sides or stretched out in front for balance. Lower yourself by bending your knees at a right angle, with your thighs parallel to the floor.
Lie on your back and raise your right leg. Keep your left leg bent with your foot on the floor; while pulling your right leg towards you. Try to keep it straight. Give support to your right leg with both hands below your knee. Hold for 15seconds and repeat with the left leg.