The Neck Feels Stiff And Aches Every Evening Until The Evening?
… I am 46 years old … I feel my neck every day at certain hours (evening to night) I feel the back of my shoulder felt when in my wife’s house … it can be worse until my head back … spit water feels different when I wake up, it’s been almost 5 months … my activities outside are not really felt … my wife at home just feels … so I like to move my neck sounds creak … if my neck recurs I always drink as much water as possible (3 liters a day to drink ). after urinating. neck br feels good … as a result every day I urinate as much as 10-15 x … … can be helped guess what the cause …
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The neck region is composed of skin, fat, muscle, nerve, bone, glandular, and blood vessel tissue. When the organ system in the neck region runs physiologically, the neck function will move comfortably and relax. However, in certain conditions, the neck area can experience annoying complaints, ranging from pain, aches, tingling, or experiencing swelling in certain areas. This unnatural or uncomfortable neck condition can be caused by a disturbance in the organ systems that make up the neck humans, such as swelling in the neck, this can be caused by infection of the skin or possibly inflammation of the glands in the neck.
Related to complaints that you feel such as complaints of aching neck and ringing, then this condition may also be caused by an interruption in the organ system in the neck area, or an absence of systemic conditions in your body, such as physical fatigue and your lack of rest. While the neck sounds, it is likely caused by excessive movements that you do, such as you rotate the neck quickly and violently, causing joint friction that causes noise, therefore, avoid moving the neck excessively to avoid the risk of injury to your neck.
Neck aches, Apart from physical fatigue, several other conditions can also cause aching complaints:
1. muscle tension due to lack of relaxation or due to stress
2. uncomfortable sleeping position
3. trauma or injury to the neck
4. high blood pressure
5. Metabolic disorders, such as high blood pressure, or excess blood cholesterol
6. abnormalities in the spinal region
Handling is given based on the cause of the complaint you feel. So to find out exactly the cause of this complaint, then you should consult directly with your neurologist for a direct physical examination, and if necessary, supporting examinations such as blood tests and radiological examinations can be done.
Furthermore, the doctor provides treatment and care, if needed the doctor will provide education to help relax your neck muscles.
For now, you should start to pay attention to the following to prevent a recurrence of this complaint, such as:
1. Avoid sleeping late at night
2. Avoid stress
3. Do stretch and exercise routine
4 ideally your weight
5. compress with warm water on your neck area
Thus the info we can convey.