Shoulder Pain After Drinking Bottled Tea?
want to ask why after drinking sweet tea in the package (glass tea, fresh tea) suddenly my shoulders like pain + pain ..? What are the symptoms? R nPlease help.
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Pain (including pain) in the shoulder area can occur limited due to interference with the muscles, joints, skin, or also other organs that are protected in it. Need to be clarified, besides pain, are there any other complaints that you experience, for example swelling, stiffness or weakness in the hands, numbness and tingling, and so on?
Consumption of packaged sweet tea is most likely not directly related to shoulder pain as you experience it. More likely, pain in your shoulder results from the following conditions:
Neuropathy neurotropic vitamin deficiency Shoulder, arm or neck injuries Rheumatoid arthritis (arthritis due to rheumatoid arthritis) Spinal arch disorders, for example scoliosis, kifosis Metabolic disorders, for example hypercholesterolemia, hyperuricemia, diabetes Psychological disorders, for example somatoform disorders Internal organs, such as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), pleuritis (inflammation of the lining of the lining of the lungs), bronchitis (bronchitis), etc. You can try first to do the following steps so that the pain you feel slowly improves:
Compress the shoulder area with a warm compress while a little massage Do not over-massage the shoulder that is painful, especially by people who are unfamiliar with the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Apply pain relievers (for example, containing paracetamol) on the shoulders. pain Do not wear clothes that are too tight Routine of exercise Live a healthy, regular diet Manage stress wisely However, if the natural remedial steps as mentioned above have not succeeded in overcoming your pain complaints, we recommend that you do not hesitate to go directly to the doctor or doctor nerve specialist to be given the best management. If more serious problems are suspected, in addition to regular interviews and physical examinations, it is likely that the doctor will also recommend that you undergo further tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, blood tests, and so on.
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