Has neck pain a sign of injuries been allowed to create hidden neck problems? Will you listen to the body’s deeper cry for help or just ignore your health and suffer deeper health problems? Could injuries to your neck create long term destruction of the spinal vertebrae?
What kind of injuries would create neck pain? When you have a car accident or whiplash, or your neck is twisted, bent forward beyond its normal limits, ligaments, nerves, and muscle tissue can get stretched or torn or damaged.. This trauma tears tissue in your neck which causes nerves to be pinched and you feel pain. Another factor that can cause nerve pain in the neck happens when a disc material becomes dislodged in a trauma and presses on one of the nerves in the neck causing severe pain. That pain can radiate to numerous structures like a shoulder, elbow, hand or fingers, your chest, and upper back or even into the neck itself. This can make it very difficult to hold on to any object. The action on a nerve can also cause severe muscle spams or prevent you from raising a shoulder.
Is your body being a pain in the neck? What would cause this to happen? How could this be resolved naturally with out drugs or surgery? The neck is literally the gateway to your brain and has some very important functions that no other part of your body has. How does this area of your body get injured? How would you resolve changes in the curve structure of you neck so you have a healthier neck? See Whiplash here for further explanations.
The curve of your neck is very special and must maintain a 35 degree curvature to provide optimum performance to use your shoulder,chest, arms , elbows and hands and fingers as well as your brain. There is 40% of the blood flow to your brain goes thru the sides of the cervical vertebral arteries. This can have a tremendous effect on your brain when these arteries are injured in a car accident, a fall, or a sports injury. Many problems in the neck also happens when a disc is injured in an accident. Your neck also has a very intimate connection to your rib cage thru your muscles which attach to areas on the neck and skull.