I recently noticed I have a few creases in my neck I didn’t use to have. Since my face is fairly wrinkle-free, I couldn’t understand why my neck was aging first. Then I realized that I’ve got computer neck.
What Is Computer Neck?
Computer neck is a common side effect of our connected lifestyles. Over time, the repetitive motion of constantly looking down at our smartphones, notebooks, and computers can lead to creases. These creases can appear to be wrinkles, but there is a way to minimize their appearance.
Adjust Your Screen
Office ergonomics isn’t’ just important for pain and injury, but can also help to reverse or prevent computer neck. The goal is to ensure your screen is eye level or higher. Remember this when on your mobile devices too.
Facials And Facial Exercises
Facials often work on your face, neck, and décolletage and are an excellent way of firming, toning, and increasing circulation. Also, give some at home face exercises a try. With just a few minutes a day, you can reverse and prevent computer neck.
Last, use a moisturizer designed for the delicate skin on your face and neck. Apply in a gentle sweeping upward motion.