As in, having a neck posture of slightly over 90 degrees?
For the lower back, it seems that a 135 degree sitting posture is optimal.
And we definitely do know that a neck posture of less than 90 degrees is definitely bad for the neck
Most of the standard advice ( http://www.neckpainsupport.com/2008/12/can-forward-head-posture-cause-pain-.html ) definitely advises against hunching. They do advise a certain exercise:
Head retraction exercises: One way to reduce forward head posture is to perform cervical retraction exercises. Take your right index finger and middle finger together and push on your chin in the backward direction. Pretend for a moment that your head is like a bowling ball- that slides back and forth. Now slide your fingers back and hold for 15 seconds. Release and then do this again 2-3 times. Do these cervical repetitions every day until you can work up to 10-12 a day.
But is it possible to take this exercise a bit too far? Could it be ideal to, say, have a posture of over 90 degrees between C3 and C4, rather than at, say, C6 and C7