Whilst pain relief is important, finding the cause of the pain and reducing the risk of experiencing it again is just as vital.
Below are some of the most common causes of neck pain:
In an ideal world, we should be spending a good third of our day sleeping. If we are not getting enough sleep, or even sleeping too much, our health can be affected.
In regards to neck pain, sleeping in an uncomfortable, awkward position can put stress on your neck muscles – you would be surprised at how many of the regular sleeping positions actually risk our necks:
- Sleeping on your stomach with your arms stretched out in front of you.
- Sleeping on your back, without a supportive pillow.
- On the side, holding on to the side of your pillow tightly.
Slouching in your office chair? If you aren’t suffering with neck pain already, you will do in time. Leaning over your desk or sitting incorrectly in your chair has a direct…