Neck pain happens to almost all of us. The number of people experiencing neck pain is increasing day by day with age. Many times neck pain is chronic and requires treatment later. This article will only mention the causes of neck pain. So if you feel more neck pain, then you need to consult a doctor.
Osteochondrosis is one of our most common problems. It is manifested by distortion and thinning of the intervertebral discs.
Osteochondrosis is more likely to occur at an early age – the risk is higher in those around 4 to 20 years of age.
Complications of osteochondrosis often occur due to early access to a doctor. In the first stage, it practically does not bother. There may be a slight stiffness in the morning, a crunch, and a heaviness feeling when moving the head.
In the second stage, the spine is exposed to excess pressure, muscles and ligaments appear overstrain. It can also cause intervertebral hernia and spinal displacement at this stage.
Mouth Joint Dysfunction :
Acute joint pain occurs when the facial joint is injured during a sudden head or neck movement. The joint is bound by the vertebrae, which leads to inflammation, swelling and pain in the neck. Symptoms usually resolve within a few days.
Cervical myelopathy :
The development of cervical myelopathy is due to the contraction of the spinal cord and its vessels. Myelopathy is more common in men over 50 years of age and develops slowly between 1 and 2 years. Patients usually go to the doctor with these complaints:
Movement disorders (increased muscle tone, decreased strength);
Sensory disorders (pain and changes in joint-muscle sensitivity);
Reflex disorders (increase or decrease of tender reflexes in arms and legs).
Symptoms of a neck injury include dizziness and headache, discolouration (discolouration, blue discolouration or redness), increased sweating, and nervous system disorders: obsessive-compulsive disorder, apathy, depression, and panic attacks.