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7 Guaranteed Ways to Give Your Neck Pain A Quick Fix

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Neck pain or cervical pain is a very uncomfortable, painful, common medical condition that over sixty percent of people will suffer from at some point during their lifetime. This pain can occur anywhere from the shoulder tops to bottom of the head, with the pain sometimes spreading to other parts of the body such as the arms or upper back. Neck pain is a temporary condition for many individuals and will vanish on its own, while others suffering from neck pain require medical attention to receive proper diagnosis and treatment.

The cervical or neck, a continuation of the spine, is made up of seven bony vertebrae and ligaments that go from the base of the skull to the upper torso.

The Atlas is the uppermost or top vertebrate and holds the head, while a vertical peg around the Axis, the next vertebrate, allows the head to turn. The entire neck has far more movement and flexibility than the back but does not have the thick muscles to protect it or bear the weight your back can.

Your neck also contains nerves, muscles, tendons, and joints. Neck pain can come from your shoulders, head, jaw, or other areas near your neck

    Although this condition can quite literally be a pain in the neck, you can do many things to treat it at home.

    1. Take it easy

    Did you know that your head weighs around a whopping 12 pounds? That’s a lot for your muscles and ligaments to support all day long throughout your many activities. Your neck pain may be the result of doing too much.

    One way to help with this pain is to relax. Take one to three days off from doing anything strenuous. Activities to avoid include weight-bearing exercise, like running, hiking, or playing tennis, and heavy lifting.

    2. Try A Cold & Heat Compress

    Try to relieve both pain and inflammation by applying a cold ice pack or ice wrapped in a towel to your neck. You can apply the cold therapy to the area for up to 20 minutes a few times a day.

    If you have diabetes or circulatory issues, you should limit using ice to just 10 minutes at a time.

    You can also alternate cold therapy with heat. With heat, you're working to ease muscle tension and pain. You might apply a heating pad on your neck for up to 20 minutes, but not more than 10 if you have circulatory problems. 

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