Since I was I child I have a problem: I have the feeling that my head is a little unbalanced ahead or pushed forward. When I speak with the opposite sex this is quite disturbing, make me very uncomfortable, and make my communication more difficult. I can honestly say this problem destroyed my entire life.
What I'd like to understand is if this is a physical or mental issue. I know that shyness often cause to look down.
However there are signs that tell me this is physical: for example when I sit on a chair I feel this problem more than when I stand up.
Here are some X-ray I did in the past:
My GP told me I have a straight cervical.
I also have to add that I work ten hours a day at computer and my muscle are very rigid.
Secondly, I have prognathism and a surgeon told me this can be related to cervical problems as well. The next May I have a double jaw surgery to fix my prognathism.
What I would like to understand is: is it possible this is a physical problem? Do you think my cervical is straight? If so, can a straight cervical be caused by rigid muscle alone? Can my double jaw surgery help with this problem? What else can I do to solve my problem?
I didn't really undestand the difference between physical problem and medical problem.
So... if rigid muscles can cause the problem, does it mean that I just need to have relaxed muscles to solve the problem?
Can massage and physioterapy revert it back to normal?