Woke up and your neck is in pain, what should you do?
How can you minimize your risk for neck pain?
How do you sleep effects neck pain?
Having a severe sore neck can result in missing work or not being able to function normally. Also your neck muscles may spasm and cause related shoulder pain and back pain.
Poor posture can result in neck pain.
Your sleeping position can effect neck pain.
If you want to get rid of a sore neck, visit a Registered Massage Therapist.
What is the best sleeping position for neck pain?
Learn more from a Registered Massage Therapist on helpful sleeping positions that minimize pressure on your neck and muscles and what type of pillow is best.
If you sleep on your side, back or stomach?
If you are sleeping upright on a plane, train, car or reclining on a sofa chair?
Your doctor can recommend how to support your spine alignment while sleeping.
What pillow to choose for support and to allow your neck the natural curve?
Sunstone Registered Massage can help you choose what type of pillow.
Learn more at Sunstone Registered Massage to help with your neck-muscle pain and sleep better.
With the help of your doctor and massage therapy you can avoid morning pain and stiffness.
Support your neck and prevent your head from leaning to one side or prevent your neck from being forced forward or backwards.
Note: Sleeping on your stomach can put pressure on your spine.
Minimize waking up with neck pain and have a good night sleep by supporting a healthy sleeping position.
Sleeping in the wrong position can effect neck pain and soreness, musculoskeletal pain, including neck and shoulder pain.
Sunstone Registered Massage therapy can help you properly take care of your neck muscle tension, pain and stiffness.
Give your neck muscles a break and sleep better with massage. Time can heal your neck pain.
Take a preventative approach
Take a hot shower or bath. (Warm bath towel.)
Be conscious of your posture.
Try safe warm up muscles stretches with a Massage Therapist to not overdo it.
Make massage into a routine for your muscle soreness. Your body will feel better and minimize your muscle pain.
If your neck pain persists see your doctor. Neck pain conditions can be complex and may require further assessment with your doctor.
Persistent pain you should see your doctor. Find a doctor or health professional if your neck pain persists or becomes severe.
Support your neck if you have severe pain and receive medical attention immediately.