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Whats the best exercise to strengthen neck?

Whats the best exercise to strengthen neck?

Postural exercises: There is no one exercise that is best for the neck. For most people, there are a few that are helpful depending on if the exercises are being done for prevention or treatment of injuries. A physical therapist can teach you how to isolate the deep flexors and extensors. Postural alignment exercises (i.e. Chin tuck maneuver) are part of a functional prevention and treatment regimen. ...Read more

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Stretch legs, arms, back and neck before, during and after any workout routine. ...See more

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What are the causes for neck pains?

What are the causes for neck pains?

Neck arthritis: There are several joints and intervertebral discs in the neck. These can wear out over time leading to pain. Degeneration of the joints or discs can cause neck pain, headaches, and sometimes shoulder pain. You can also get neck pain from a muscle strain. In some cases pain in the left side of the neck could be related to your heart so be sure to see your physician if your pain does not improve. ...Read more

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I have like lilttle balls behind my neck inside it feels weird what are those am worried ?

Lipoma vs. Cyst: The most common cause of ball-like masses under the skin are lipomas and sebaceous cysts, both of which are benign (not dangerous). They could also be the curvature of your cervical vertebrae, i.e., your spine. ...Read more

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Some time when I woke up mornig my back and neck hard to move why?

Some time when I woke up mornig my back and neck hard to move why?

Previous 24 hours: Many times this senerio relates to activity in tthe previuous days activities. If you have been doing something that inflames the joints or muscles you may not have noticed while you are active and when you sleep the inflammation effect are noticed as the active movement ceases. It could also be your mattress . Try other mattresses and try 800 mg advil prior to bed. ...Read more

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I have so many neck issues that I need an honest opinion about but this question box isn't big enough. Help?

I have so many neck issues that I need an honest opinion about but this question box isn't big enough. Help?

No help here. Sorry.: In the lower right corner of the box that contains your name, picture, profile and question, is a little Answer Guidelines link that you can't see. If I click it, I read, "Refrain from any personal diagnosis, prescription or medical advice." There is no substitute for a hands-on assessment by a live doctor in a brick-&-mortar office. Sorry, HealthTap is not the source for the answers you seek. ...Read more

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My neck has been hurting what can I do to make it better?

My neck has been hurting what can I do to make it better?

Heat: use a heat pad take ibuprofen or naproxen have a neck message if available avoid the cause like* bad pillow or mattress * bad potsure in front of the computer * stress if you are having any tingling sensation in your arms,hand,or fingers see a physician ...Read more

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I have a hard time looking sideways and my neck is stiff. What's wrong?

I have a hard time looking sideways and my neck is stiff. What's wrong?

Spondylosis: In part, it depends on your age. As we get older, we develop "wear and tear" of our cervical discs - the shocks in our neck. Bone develops around the areas of strain, which are often called spurs, and over time, we develop restriction in our neck movement. Plain cervical spine films can determine if you have this and to what degree. Physical therapists are often helpful. ...Read more

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