The Face Feels Stiff To The Shoulders?
I often feel a tense face, such as stiffness under the eyes to feel down the throat and shoulders, why is that ??
Hello Mike Rambe, thanks for asking.
It should be emphasized first that what you mention as rigid is subjectively you feel stiffness, or whether you really see stiffer muscle movements. Do you only feel complaints on one side of the body or both sides of the face. If you do see muscle stiffness, then you might be able to see the side of your face that doesn't change when you try to smile, your forehead can't wrinkle, your eyebrows can't be lifted, your nose can't frown, or your shoulders are hard to raise. If you experience these things, then you may experience a neurological disorder. Disorders can occur in the central nerve in the brain or in nerves located in the cervical spine. Disorders can occur due to infection, blockage of blood vessels, partial pinched nerves, or irritation of peripheral nerves on the face.
If you do not find signs of muscle stiffness as mentioned above, then the possibility of stiffness is subjective, due to interference with the peripheral nerves that causes facial skin, neck and shoulders to feel numb or numb. Or another possibility is a migraine, headaches due to muscle tension, or sinus infection. You should consult with a neurologist directly. The doctor will conduct a more complete and directed examination. Treatment certainly depends on the doctor's diagnosis. In the meantime, try to pay attention to your symptoms, when the symptoms occur, when the symptoms disappear, how often the symptoms appear, are there any other accompanying symptoms. When you visit the doctor, tell me these things in full and in full order. Thus the answer from us, hopefully you can be helped. Regards.