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Posts Tagged ‘neck pain’

Treating Your Muscle Imbalance

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013:

Ask a number of people what they think a muscle imbalance is, and you’ll probably get a bunch of varied responses. Some may even think of it as having a lopsided physique, with bigger biceps, triceps and chest muscles on the right-side of the body versus the left-side. Anyways, that explanation of a muscle imbalance

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Find Pain Relief Through Inversion Therapy

Thursday, May 16th, 2013:

This so-called 2,000 year old therapy has been known to provide individuals with relief from back pain, neck pain and sciatic pain. Inversion therapy involves being upside down or at an inverted angle with the primary focus of stretching you out. Try to imagine doing a handstand or handing from a monkey bar. Okay, but

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Treatment For Neck Pain At Home

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013:

It is possible for neck pain to occur anywhere from the top of the shoulders to the bottom of the head. You could experience limited head and neck movement or pain that spreads to your arms or upper back. Those who take prescription meds or receive medical treatment for neck pain may find that home

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Drink Your Pain Away

Thursday, March 21st, 2013:

When finding relief from pain, be it a neck pain or back pain, your first reaction is to grab a pain killer from the medicine cabinet, right? But did you know that there are certain drinks that can provide you with some soothing relief for your pain? And no, I’m not talking about beer or

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Helpful Neck Pain Exercises

Saturday, March 16th, 2013:

Exercises for neck pain can help many individuals control their neck pain. However, before starting any type of neck pain exercises, always consult your medical practitioner or physical therapist because such actions could further aggravate your neck pain. Also, if you have a serious underlying condition or other medical problems, seek medical advice first before

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Managing Chronic Neck Pain

Saturday, March 9th, 2013:

Acute neck pain is generally felt suddenly after some kind of trauma like an accident, surgery, or undue stress. But only lasts for a short period of time. It is a direct reaction to trauma to tissue or disease and normally subsides when you treat the injury, disease, or cause. Chronic neck pain on the

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A Good Pillow Works Wonders To Relieve Your Neck Pain

Friday, March 1st, 2013:

People spend approximately a third of their lives sleeping, and so it makes a whole lot of sense that a good pillow can help relieve your neck pain. A well-designed pillow that supports your neck will help people that suffer from neck pain along with preventing neck problems in non-sufferers. Neck pain, tense muscles and

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Sleep Your Pain Away?

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013:

Did you know that we spend about 25% of our lives sleeping? Now that’s a significant amount of time in our lifetime we spend getting our z’s! Occasionally, I get neck pain or back pain if I slept in an awkward position the previous night. But that’s really nothing for individuals that have to contend

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You Can Minimize Head and Neck Pain

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013:

Anyone that has struggled with head and neck pain appreciates how painful and miserable this ordeal could be.  An individuals’s neck and head region is defenseless and vulnerable to stresses caused by such things as arthritis, bad posture, accidents, whiplash, aging, as well as normal, day-to-day activities such as reading or chewing gum.  The base

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Relieve Neck And Shoulder Pain With A Heating Pad

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013:

The stresses of our daily lives sometimes forces us to shoulder a ton of stuff, like a heavy burden or responsibility. And with that, there’s a bit of tension and stress placed upon our neck and shoulders. And moreover, this can lead to neck and shoulder pain, back pain, and even muscle and joint pain!

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