Shoulder stand is a great pose for fatigue, stress, and digestion. As well as this, it stretches the shoulders and neck and helps tone the legs and buttocks.
And if you needed more convincing BKS Iyengar says: ‘The importance of Sarvangasana cannot be overemphasized. It is one of the greatest boons conferred on humanity by our ancient sages… It is no over-statement to say that if a person regularly practices Sarvangasana he will feel new vigour and strength, and will be happy and confident. New life will flow into him, his mind will be at peace and he will feel the joy of life.’ BKS Iyengar, Light on Yoga
Definitely a pose to practice daily. Use a blanket under the shoulders protects the neck. You can also use a wall to come into the pose if having trouble rolling up (start in legs up the wall pose):