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NECK PAIN

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Pain in the neck can be due to injury, a mechanical or muscular problem a trapped nerve caused by a bulge in one of the discs between the vertebrae from arthritis of the neck. Neck pain is very common condition and is more frequently seen in women than men. It can range from very mild discomfort to severe, burning pain. If the pain is acute – sudden oval listener – It is called a crick in the neck or muscular rheumatism. If the pain has lasted more than three months it is termed chronic neck pain. Most people will experience pain in the neck at some point in their life.

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NECK PAIN

  1. 1. NECK PAIN Pain in the neck can be due to injury, a mechanical or muscular problem a trapped nerve caused by a bulge in one of the discs between the vertebrae from arthritis of the neck. Neck pain is very common condition and is more frequently seen in women than men. It can range from very mild discomfort to severe, burning pain. If the pain is acute – sudden oval listener – It is called a crick in the neck or muscular rheumatism. If the pain has lasted more than three months it is termed chronic neck pain. Most people will experience pain in the neck at some point in their life. Causes: many things can trig neck pain. Trauma or Injury Worry and stress. Falling asleep in an awkward position. Prolonged use of computers keyboard. For most people true is no specific reason for the pain can be found under lying problem could be 1. Slipped disc 2. Brittle bones (osteoporosis) 3. Cervical spondylosis 4. Deformed natural curvature of the spine (Scoliosis) and 5. Very rarely structural damage due to tumors or infection 6. Road accidents involving injury may result in acute or chronic neck pain that takes several months to improve. Simptoms: 1. General pain located in the neck area as well as stiffness in the neck muscles. 2. The pain may radiate down to the shoulder or between the shoulder blades. 3. It may also radiate out into the arm the have or up in to the head causing a one sided or double sided headache. 4. The muscles in the neck area tense sore and feel hard to touch. 5. Acute pain gives rise to abnormal neck posture in which the head is forced to turn to one side. 6. The pain at the base of the skull may be accompanied by a feeling of weakness in the shoulders and arms. 7. There may be a precluding and tingling sensation in the arms and fingers.
  2. 2. Diagnosis: Testing the movement of the neck testing for trapped nerves. Examination of the muscles. Examination of the movement of the faints of the spin, neck and hands. Treatment: Exercise programme to strengthen the neck is a good idea. Pranayama and other neck exercise re lives the stress in the neck. According to ayurveda medicines used in this treatment includes thieves, churners, Asavams, Aristae’s, Ghrithams, Lyman’s Prepared from Ayuredic Herbs based on severity, stage of the disease age, prakruti of the patient, vatahara, Brumhana oushada ahara, vihara are also advised. In ayurveda sodana and shamana treatments are available. Sodana depuds on dosha.Samana treatments are 1. Abhyanagana, 2. Greevavasthi 3. Elakizhi are the best.

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