This is the perfect example of spinal imbalance. This person is overusing the muscles in the back of his/her neck, making them overactive and tense while at the same time inhibiting the muscles in the front of his/her neck, making them weak and inactive. Over time, this person likely will suffer from daily neck pain and headaches.
In today’s world, this is a common situation. People attribute their neck pain and headaches to stress when really it has to do with posture and ergonomics. A good chiropractor can help restore your posture and guide you with tips to reduce future symptoms.