Neck shoulder pain is a neuromuscular disorder that is caused by the neurological disorder, osteoarthritis lesions, cervical vertebrae, and intervertebral discs.
The neck-shoulder pain usually appears in the morning after patient wake up, this disease relates close-knit to bone and blood vessel in neck and shoulder. Circulatory disorder, anemia in the cervical spine, or stretching nerves excessively dysfunction or there can be a slight stress certain muscles of the shoulder cape and cause cramping and pain localized withdrawal.
The syndromes and symptoms and other diseases related to bones, joints and intervertebral discs in the neck are called by the names of the disease it causes. Examples degenerative cervical spine or neck disc herniation.
Neck shoulder pain usually occurs in the morning, after waking up, essentially a group of diseases that are closely related to the musculoskeletal system and blood vessels in the shoulder and neck. It is caused by circulatory disorder anemia in the cervical spine, or by stretching the nerves excessively causes dysfunction of nerve dominant here or there can be minor injuries in neck and shoulder region. All leads to a syndrome that ultimately shoulder muscle pain in the neck and makes the patients feel very difficult in turning and bending.
Although there are many reasons, but the most common in the neck shoulder pain syndrome is stretched nerves excessively, stress also leads to neurological dysfunction. As a result, they emit the strong flow of nerve impulses explosive release of calcium ions and make local muscle spasms.
The first sign is pain in the neck, spine, shoulders and upper back. Symptoms can vary in different patients and depends on each person. Initially only a slight pain and create mild exercise restraint. In addition to pain, patients will get sensation feeling.
At a more serious illness, patients will feel more pain and affect sleeping and eating. In advanced level of disease, all activities of neck shoulder are very hurt. This limits almost all daily activities of patients.
But perhaps the most difficult is sleeping. The initial disease can lie to sleep, then the patient cannot sleep because the weight is put on one side forces, that makes pain. Therefore patients do not dare to sleep, but usually only dare semi-recumbent and slept in miserable ways. If this situation prolongs, all activities are affected, the patients will feel extremely painful.