How to cure a stiff shoulder that doesn’t heal even if you rub it
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Are your shoulders stiff?
“I’ve been into it since I was in high school.”
“I have a history of stiff shoulders for about 30 years?”
Modern society is a life style with stiff shoulders.
One of the causes of stiff shoulders is overworking your eyes with computer work at your desk, smartphones, tablets, games, etc.
What do you do when you think your shoulders are stiff?
“I get a massage once a week.”
“I do my own stretching”
“Using an electric needle is very refreshing.”
I will ask you
Did your stiff shoulder go away?
“If you get a massage, it will heal, but the next day it will be back to normal and your shoulder will be stiff.”
I wouldn’t say it’s cured.
“Recovered” means that the stiff shoulders have not been felt under normal conditions for a long time.
“Since I work every day, is it possible that my stiff shoulders will be cured?”
you may say.
Certainly, we mentioned earlier that some come from overuse of the eyes.
However, it is only one factor in the cause of stiff shoulders.
If the main cause of stiff shoulders is solved, you will never suffer from stiff shoulders even if you are working on a computer.
“Is it okay to spread such a large furoshiki?”
All you have to do is solve the major cause of stiff shoulders.
“What are the major causes of shoulder pain?”
A major cause of stiff shoulders is
Where your head is determines whether or not you have stiff shoulders.
Where is your head in stiff neck?
“It’s right on your neck.”
Is it behind your body?
Are you in front?
Your head is probably in front of your body in nine cases out of ten.
Please check in the mirror.
Because you should think so.
“Is the stiff shoulder caused by the head being in front of the body?”
Do you know the weight of your head?
The average male head weighs 14 pounds for a bowling ball and 12 pounds for a female.
Anyone who has experienced bowling should feel that it is a result of weight.
I don’t think a man with a lot of pretentiousness would carry such a heavy ball.
How do you hold this heavy ball?
Would you like to hold it vertically?
What happens if you hold it at an angle?
I don’t think I can have five minutes.
Having your head in front of your body is like holding a bowling ball at an angle.
You hold your heavy head diagonally with your shoulder muscles and back muscles all day long.
Your shoulders must be stiff.
“Then should I pull my head back?”
Why is the head moving forward?
This is because the pelvis is tilted backwards.
When the pelvis falls backward, the body also falls backward, so the head moves forward to maintain balance.
Sit or stand with your pelvis upright.
It’s a little hard to visualize how to put your pelvis upright, so try the following method.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.