Sarvangasana (Shoulderstand) can worsen the problem. As the pose drops your chin toward your chest, it makes it very easy to completely flatten the cervical curve or even curve the neck in the wrong direction. So, if you have a fairly recent, still painful, and acute neck injury like whiplash from an auto accident, avoid Shoulderstand. It would only exacerbate the injury, and practicing it too soon could significantly prolong your healing time.
Half circles in the front can be done instead. To do this, first drop your chin to your chest. Move your chin towards the right shoulder then back to your chest. Then move your chin towards the left shoulder and back towards the chest. Repeat this movement three to five times.
Stand up with your feet close together. Bring your hands behind your back and interlace your fingers. Tuck your tailbone in, so you don't arch your low back too much. As you inhale, lift your hands away from your tailbone. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and you lift your arms and stay in this position for 3-4 breaths. On your next exhale, lower your arms back down. This exercise helps strengthen the muscles in your upper back and relieve tension in your upper back and shoulders.
Bring your arms straight out in front of you with your palms facing each other. As you inhale, reach your arms overhead, bringing your arms next to your ears, if you can do so without any pain. As you exhale, bring your arms back down in front of you. Repeat 4-8 times. This helps to relieve tension and build strength in the muscles in the upper back.
Place the palms of your hand against the back of your head and gently press while resisting with your head. Hold for a count of ten. Repeat with your palm on your forehead.
Treatment -TYPE A
Exercise your neck and keep active and aim to keep your neck moving as normally as possible. As far as possible, continue with normal activities. In the past, some people have worn a neck collar for long periods when a flare-up of neck pain developed. It is now known that if you wear a collar for long periods it may cause the neck to 'stiffen up'. So, try to keep your it as active as possible.
Professionals who spend hours doing desk work or in front off the computers should take small breaks in between and try and do simple neck exercises.
Some of those neck pains and stiffness which does not improve in spite of exercise and medication are most certainly due to stress. When a person is in constant stress the muscles in the neck goes into spasm and causes pain and stiffness in the neck so it is very important for the doctor to identify the cause and treat it accordingly.
Treatment Homeopathy-TYPE B
The symptoms may last for several months or years. Most of the time if symptoms are mild, the doctor may recommend rest, medication, and physical therapy.
Rest - may need to wear a soft cervical collar or neck brace to limit neck motion to relieve nerve irritation.
Medication -medications or other non-narcotic pain relievers to relieve pain and reduce swelling.
Physical therapy - Hot and cold cervical traction or active exercise program to relieve pain symptoms.
When the symptoms are too severe, most of the doctors may recommend surgery. Chiropractic is another alternative of healing for neck pain treatment.
The most commonly used medicines used for the treatment
Rhus Tox ..Pain and stiffness in the nape of the neck pain between the shoulders, Kalmia..pain from the neck down the arms,pain extending to the shoulder blades Conium.. with giddiness. Other commonly used medicines are causticum,calcarea phos,calcarea flour,nux,hypericum.
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