Do you struggle to turn your head or move your shoulders while working? Is the pain and tenderness in your neck getting worse each day no matter how often you apply mentholated ointment or schedule sessions with your masseuse?
Experiencing regular bouts of neck pain is never a good thing. Luckily, there are loads of ways that you can do to reduce your risk of developing this painful condition. But first, you have to know your triggers and risk factors to be able to choose the most appropriate neck pain relief in Anchorage for you.
Many of the things that cause neck pain aren't as obvious as you might think. They are often more complex and varied than you might think. To get a better idea of what all the different triggers of neck pain are, here's a list of some surprising factors that can cause your symptom:
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As you get older, your bones and joints become less flexible. This can cause stiffness in the neck. It's also common to feel a little stiff or sore after a rigorous physical activity.
The Body Mass Index (BMI) is a known measurements used to determine whether or not a person is at an ideal weight. While it's not perfect, it can give you a good idea of where your health stands.
But what do you do if your BMI indicates that you're overweight? You might think that gaining a few pounds won't affect your neck pain. But according to research, people with a higher BMI are more likely to report experiencing neck pain than people with lower BMIs. Abnormally high BMI often lead to posture problems which can compromise your cervical spine.
Lack of physical activity is a very common cause of neck pain that a lot of people tend to overlook. Inactivity can be something as simple as sitting at your desk for hours on end or watching TV from the couch every night. It could also be working out so hard that you push yourself too far and injure yourself in the process.
If you have a pre-existing condition, it’s important to know that your neck can be affected. Conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis or ankylosing spondylitis can cause pain in the neck. If you have any of these conditions, see your doctor and ask about options to reduce your symptoms.
Neck pain is a widespread problem, not only in Canada but in other parts of the world. It's the most common type of chronic pain, and it can be triggered by various issues, including muscle strain, arthritis, poor posture, or repetitive stress injuries. Here are some of the best natural approaches for neck pain relief in Anchorage:
All these forms of natural neck pain relief in Anchorage can be used simultaneously or alternately. You can use them to your advantage so you can finally free yourself from the shackles of neck pain. We strongly recommend booking a quick consultation with Pairmore & Young Synergy Chiropractic so you can get your cervical spine checked by our friendly upper cervical doctors.
Upper Cervical Chiropractic care helps correct misalignments in your body's structure that develop from accidents like whiplash or concussions. If you fell off a bike, hurt your neck while in a bump car or rollercoaster ride, suffered a blow to the head during a wrestling match, or have a history of other neck and head injuries, upper cervical care might be a good remedy to pursue.
This branch of chiropractic care aims to reduce neck pain by easing the atlas and axis (uppermost neck bones) to shift back in a neutral alignment. This takes the pressure off of certain nerves as well as your muscles and joints.
Schedule your appointment with one of our upper cervical chiropractors and put an end to your frustration and limited mobility starting today. Contact us by filling out our online consultation form!
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