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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

DO YOU HAVE A STIFF NECK? TRY THIS SIMPLE TRICK…

A stiff neck is typically characterized by soreness and difficulty moving the neck, especially when trying to turn the head to the side.
With so many people using hand-held technology, it has become commonplace for people to suffer from a stiff neck on a regular basis.
You can get a painful or stiff neck if you sleep in an awkward position, or strain a muscle because of bad posture.
Looking down at your computer monitor all day can cause the muscles around the neck joints to tire and become overstretched. Driving for long periods of time or looking at your smart phone can have the same effect. If you’re doing this day after day, it can add up and can displace your neck joints.
According to NHS Choices neck pain or a stiff neck is a common problem and generally nothing to worry about.
The pain and stiffness usually gets better after a few days or weeks, and is rarely a sign of a more serious problem.

DO YOU HAVE A STIFF NECK? TRY THIS SIMPLE TRICK…

One of the best ways to alleviate this pain involves a rolled-up towel! Physical therapists often use rolled-up towels to properly soothe hurt muscles, using the body’s own weight as a way to perform a gentle stretch.
The following method will help you get rid of stiff neck within 10 seconds. Check this video below and follow the steps given in it to eliminate the pain in your neck.
Take care when you sleep
“When you sleep on your stomach, often you will end up twisting your head one way or the other for hours at a time,” – Dr. Andrew Bang, DC, of Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Integrative Medicine. – “Sleeping on your stomach also can affect your low back because your belly sinks in to the bed if you don’t have enough support.”
When to see a doctor?
Your neck pain may have a more serious cause if it’s persistent and getting progressively worse, or you have additional symptoms, such as:
  • a lack of co-ordination
  • problems walking
  • loss of bladder or bowel control
  • a high temperature (fever)
  • unexplained weight loss
http://www.lifehealthandfood.com/2016/06/13/get-rid-stiff-neck-simple-trick/#

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