When we become absorbed in our work, we can remain in one position for too long, and then we wonder where that stiff neck came from ... It's worth making a habit of stretching. You could set off a timer every hour to remind you to stop whatever you're doing.
Even whilst sitting at work you can stretch your neck without attracting too much attention. Breathe in before you bend your head, and release your breath as you reach for each shoulder in turn. This uses the Feldenkrais method to get in touch with your body, and achieves the most benefit with the least effort.
Stretching before you get out of bed will ease out the knots of sleep, and you will have fewer aches to start the day with.
Z Point is a great way to stretch your mind, and allow it to release something you're stuck on. I've seen when the underlying issue has drifted away with Z Point, the extreme pain caused by tension has also been relieved.
Get in tune with both your body and your mind, and reach for your fullest potential.
"What we think determines what happens to us, so if we want to change our lives, we need to stretch our minds." - Wayne Dyer