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Improve Posture to avoid cervical spondylitis

Back and neck pain are all too common for those of us who slouch over our keyboards all day and crane our necks while staring at our phones. It’s not back-breaking labour to sit at a computer, but it can sure feel like it. So how can we improve our posture and avoid aches and pains?

 

 

 

Here to offer some guidance is Dr. Rahul. Dr. Rahul is a trained physician they’re developing technologies to improve lives through real-time tracking of body movement. Dr. Rahul will be here for free consultation on understanding cervical spondylitis and its remedies so leave a question in the comments below!

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Optimum Laptop UseToday world is modern world, and this modern world has provided much modern machinery to ease your work. One of that is a computer or a laptop. For most of us, laptop is a necessary tool to do work. It also facilitates that one can work anytime from anywhere. But if you use a laptop for long period of time, you may experience the pain and stiffness in your neck, head and shoulder. Sometime this pain can extends to upper extremities and lower back too. If this is not stooped, problem of pain and stiffness can be increased and results in to cervical spondylitis or spondylosis. Read more

Spondin – The Most Effective Natural Remedy for Neck & Shoulder Pain

SpondylitisCervical spondylitis and cervical spondylosis are both disorders that affect the region surrounding the neck and shoulder. It develops as a result of wear and tear of the cartilage and bones of the cervical spine (area around the neck), which might extend to the shoulders and arms.

In case of cervical spondylitis, patients experience inflammation and stiffness in their vertebral joints, leading to neck pain. In extreme cases, patients may find it difficult to move their neck and shoulders at all. Cervical spondylosis, on the other hand, sees degeneration of the spine that leads to fusion on the vertebral column at the neck area. Patients experience abnormal wear and tear of the cartilage and spine bones. Its symptoms include severe pain in the neck, shoulder, arm, back (in some cases), muscle weakness, stiffness, cracking sound on moving the neck or shoulder, gait dysfunction, loss of balance, and loss of bowel and/or bladder control, in chronic conditions. Read more

What is Homeopathy & How Does It Work?

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Did you know that the World Health Organisation (WHO) recognises homeopathy as the second largest therapeutic system in the world? Or that billions of people all over the world turn to homeopathic treatment as a cure for various illnesses? Even the royal families of England have placed their trust in it. In fact, Queen Elizabeth is known to carry her vials of homeopathic medicine whenever she travels.

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What is Poor Posture Doing to Your Neck Muscles?

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When we talk about overall physical wellbeing, the topics that usually receive a lot of attention are importance of exercising, eating right, getting adequate sleep, and laying off harmful substances like drugs, tobacco, and alcohol. One factor, however, hardly ever makes it to this list – posture.

Considering how important good posture is to our wellbeing, it’s surprising how often it gets overlooked by health gurus, fitness enthusiast, and even doctors. To my mind, unless you have good posture, you cannot declare yourself physically fit; at least not in the truest sense of the word. Read more