Thanks for the response!
I have recently developed a case of muscle fatigue in the back of my neck from out of nowhere and even now I am not sure where it came from. I have been in a quite healthy food cycle and see no issues anywhere except the neck and upper cervicals.
Well it seemed to be based off a number of things I guess. I don't have a car so technically I never had any backlashes or serious accidents/incidents.
I do get the cracking but only voluntarily, like if I decide to stretch it all the way left and right, but they don't cause too much discomfort at all it's only a natural process I guess as part of being an adolescent with my postural issue.
I'm sorry you got punched in the back for no reason; my back neck seems to have the most concern though. I went to a Primary Pediatric doctor (blood results came back all normal no problems), then went to an Orthopedic (no problems with x-ray whatsoever so it confuses me, but due to anxiety the posture got stressed more), and i just visited a Physical therapist (said that I had posture to work on, but mainly there are no problems with hand-eye coordination or muscle tension except the weakness/fatigue of back neck muscles which needs to strengthen..
My biggest concern right now is that while I may seem normal in all my data and reports, the problem lies with my occipital area. Perhaps since the back neck area got fatigued, my eyesight got hindered because while my vision seems perfect still, whenever I move my head left or right it causes a slight "shaky" feeling so that is what I am worried about now. My PT recommended for the vision issue to go visit an Optometrist though.
If you have any concerns with vision, check with eye doctors to see if vision changed in the process. Also, for neck and muscles, maybe you can try relaxers to see what effect it has on you, since for many people it has little to no effect including myself. In the end, my next step is planning to visit PT and practice exercising there, then follow up with maybe a visit to a Neurologist to handle spinal coordination just in case my upper-cervical area got affected somehow.