Neck Pain After Consumption Of Chicken Liver And Shrimp?
The night of neck pain on the right side is there a cause of food. Because my experience of eating chicken liver and shrimp my neck hurts .. Can it be called high blood pressure or gout … Please answer, Thank you …
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Basically, chicken and shrimp liver cannot cause neck pain. If related to your allegations, the two foods are also not foods that are taboo for people with high blood pressure. Abstinence for sufferers of high blood pressure are high calorie foods, salty foods, packaged foods, containing saturated and trans fats, pickles, and coffee and other caffeinated drinks. Although there are symptoms of high blood pressure that feel it as pain or heaviness in the nape of the neck and neck, the cause is not the liver or shrimp, unless both foods are fried using a lot of flour and oil that is not good for the body.
Then for gout, those two ingredients really do influence the increase in uric acid. However, symptoms that occur in gout sufferers are usually in the form of joint pain that occurs mainly in the big toe, knee, ankle and hand, tumour, elbows and fingers, not in the neck.
Therefore, there may be other reasons for your condition, such as your position when you sleep, or often support heavy objects, migraines or headaches, or there are other things that cause your blood pressure to rise which you misunderstand with chicken shrimp and liver, such as stress, lack of sleep, or the foods we mentioned above.
However, further tests must be done, by measuring your blood pressure and blood tests to determine cholesterol levels, gout, and so forth. So, our advice is that you should consult a general practitioner first. By conducting deeper interviews, misunderstanding can be minimized and the handling you will receive can be more precise.
Meanwhile, regardless of the cause, live a healthy lifestyle by reducing the consumption of offal, multiply eating vegetables and fruit and meet the needs of water, regular exercise, adequate rest, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, and if it feels painful, compress with warm compresses or stick patches, and may take painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.