2. Changing Your Posture
One thing that you might want to try is changing your posture. Often, the posture that you maintain can lead to pinched nerves because you are putting your back slightly out of alignment that can cause these pinched nerves. You may also be able to use muscles that have been lacking in action when you change posture and that can mean pinched nerves will reduce as well.
Changing your posture is not that difficult, but it does take some practice. The first thing that you have to notice is what your current posture is and what makes you feel more comfortable. For example, while you are at a sitting position if you tend to lean forward all the time and are experiencing pinched nerves, then try leaning back with your back straight against the chair. The way that you hold your neck can also contribute to pinched nerves.