Which Exercise Can Relieve Neck Pain?

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I have a bad pain on left side of neck can come and go , all of a sudden both sides of my neck starting hurting I have ice on it ,
do you have bad working position? i don't know what' your pain like ?it' s in the muscles or inside? how old are you ?do you have some any chance to get weird infection?
usually neck pain in young people is likely to be sore muscles.
in old people,the chance of Cervical disc synapse,Cervical spondylosis。
some infection could also be the reason.
When I move my neck it cracks and hurts. I have had injections, but it doesn't help long term I would love to freedom from the constant chronic pain. Is this a normal problem in again? I am 77 years old and have been exercising most of my life.
Did you take cervical vertebrae X-rays? Have you ruled out the cervical vertebrae joint dislocation to compress the vertebral artery? The tender point and the tenderness at the joint? In addition, it is recommended to exclude spinal rheumatoid arthritis, which is highly prone to cervical instability, it is recommended that you do not blindly traction.
Did you get an MRI and see what's wrong with the cervical spine? I'm also suffering a neck problem, c3 c4 degeneration, doctor asked me to do an exercise like drawing the natural flag of Britain with my draw, from left to right, from upside to downside, from up right to down left, and from up left to down right. It helps.
My husband has a pacemaker defibrillator. CHF and a fib. He is having come and go neck pain and it has happened twice. He also has  a headache when this happens.
Neck pain and headache maybe not be related to the heart problems. It seems like you have Cervical spondylosis. You can consult an Orthopedist.
What is cervical spondylosis?
Cervical spondylosis is a disorder which means there is wear on the cartilage and bones of the neck (cervical vertebrae). It is a common cause of chronic neck pain.
Cervical spondylosis is caused by aging and chronic wear on the cervical spine. More than 85 percent of people older than age 60 are affected by cervical spondylosis.
For most people, cervical spondylosis causes no symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they typically include pain and stiffness in the neck. However, sometimes it can also cause more severe problems, including:
    Tingling, numbness and weakness in your arms, hands, legs or feet
    Lack of coordination and difficulty walking
    Loss of bladder or bowel control
So you should seek medical help if you notice a sudden numbness or weakness, or loss of bladder or bowel control.

Learnt that the general advice is:

  • Rotate the neck to form a circle, in both clockwise and anti-clockwise direction.
  • Slowly move the neck back and forth and then from side to side.

Another tip is that you should not put your hands behind your head/neck when doing sit-ups.

Try this easy move to relieve your neck pain. You can do this anytime.