Due to gastric, According to Ayurvedic theory gases disturbed due to indigestion or acidity has tendency to lift upward. Due to theses gases intoxicant and stress is created around neck or shoulder causing frozen shoulder. Kapha (mucus) when mixed with these gases frozen the shoulder
Due to office work culture of excessive sitting hours in a particular posture is taking a toll on our health paradigms –mental, physical, emotional and social. Indigestion too plays a vital role in development of cervical. These long hours and over tired work leads to develop neck, shoulder and cervical problems.
Due to gastric, According to Ayurvedic theory gases disturbed due to indigestion or acidity has tendency to lift upward. Due to theses gases toxicant and stress is created around neck causing cervical pain or neck pain.
Cervical spondylosis is also caused due to abrasion and attrition of spine desk. It is more common with aged people, but in modern lifestyle, neck pain, shoulder pain and cervical problems are also rampant with adult due to their hectic schedule. The most important characteristic feature of cervical spondylosis is chronic pain.
Frozen shoulder symptoms
The following signs of cervical spondylosis are:
Stiff neck & neck pain
Decreased neck pain
Shoulder pain that extended to chest
Numbness in the hands and legs
Feeling of leg weakness
Fever due to acute neck pain
Frozen sholder causes
Ø Indigestion or acidity and gastric problems.
Ø Improper posture and low inclination towards exercise.
Ø Sleeping with more pillows below the head
Ø Working with the desktop for extended hours
Ø Sleeping in a particular position
Ø Highly comfortable modern chairs.
How to treat frozen shoulder and cervical?
1. Your spine always should be straight either in sitting or standing position.
2. Do practice pranayama and meditation regularly for stress management.
3. Eat fresh vegetables and seasonal fruits.
4. Forward bending yoga and exercises should be discouraged.
5. Avoid jerking and running.
6. Don’t lift heavy weight.
7. Suitable exercise is the solution instead of using the painkillers.
8. Do the above mentioned exercises and Yoga?
Inhaling herbs therapy for frozen shoulder treatment:
There is no as such effective allopathic medicines are available to treat cervical spondylosis and neck pain but some easy yoga asanas and simple exercises can play a vital role in managing and treating of cervical spondylosis and neck pain.
WE MADE A NOSTRIL OIL TO PUT IN NOSE. THIS OIL REMOVES TOXICANTS AROUND
Cervical disc (intervertebral disc)
Cervical lymph nodes
DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION THERAPY (DBST) added treat neurons problem in brain helping relive from stress.
Best exercises for frozen shoulder and cervical spondylosis
Put oil in your nostril. Inhale and hold your breath. Now, rotate your hands 10 times in clockwise direction. Exhale while completing the rounds. The same procedure will be continued while rotating your hands in anti-clockwise direction. It is good to treat shoulder and neck pain. Then do this for 10 minutes.
10 minutes Home exercises for frozen shoulder and cervical:
Many exercises are beneficial in managing and treating of cervical spondylosis. Here some of the important exercises are given, which are effective to solve the problems of neck pain, frozen shoulders and cervical spondylosis.
1,Sit in any comfortable position. Your back and neck should be straight. With inhaling slowly bring your head backward position and with exhaling make it in the straight position. Don’t push it in the forward position. Do it for 10 seconds. It is an effective neck exercise to treat cervical spondylosis.
Try to push your head with your palm and resist the pressure with your static neck.
2, Sit in comfortable position. Make your back and neck straight. Now, turn your head toward the right side and see your shoulder. Come to the original position, and then turn to the left side. Do this neck exercise for 10 seconds. This exercise helps to relieve from neck pain.
3, Stand erect. Raise your right hand with inhaling and feel the stretch from toes to finger. Bring it down while exhaling. The same thing is repeated with the left hand. It is a good exercise to remove neck as well as shoulder pain.
Stand straight. Place your interlock palms on your forehead and try to push the head in the backward direction. This force should be counterbalance by the head itself in the forward direction so that the head remain in static position.
4, Put your both the palms below your chin where pressure will be applied by the chin on the palm, which will be balanced by palm itself without showing any movement in the entire mechanism. Do it for 10 seconds. The exercise is good to get relief from neck pain.
5,Interlock your fingers and place it behind your head. Now, bring your elbows in front of your head. Does this exercise at least 10 rounds with normal breathing? This exercise is good to help in cervical spondylosis and pain related with neck and shoulder. ‘
6 Sit in Padmasana. Interlock your fingers and place it behind your head. Exert a pressure from interlock palms on the head in the forward direction which will be balanced by the head with equal force in the backward direction so that the head remains in the static position. It is good for neck as well as cervical spondylosis.
Using cervical collar helps in this direction. The application of ice or heating pad to the neck helps to reduce the pain. Cold and hot therapy alternatively is also effective.
YOGA ASANS FOR CERVICAL
Kohni Chalana (Elbow Rotations): Kohni Chalana is very useful to improve the mobility and strength of the shoulders and the neck which may prevent cervical spondylitis, frozen shoulder and bursitis.
Marjariasana (Cat Pose): Marjariasana provides gentle massage to your spine and helps to loosen up the vertebral column. It is extremely recommended to those people who have rigid spines and chronic neck pain. Marjariasana gently stretches and stimulates the spinal nerves.
Makarasana (Crocodile Pose): Makarasana is good for the spine to resume its normal shape and releases compression of the spinal nerves. It is effective in treating of cervical spondylosis, and pain of neck and shoulders.
Bal-Shayanasana (Infant’s Pose): Balshayan asana is extremely beneficial for those patients also who suffer from lower back pain or cervical spondylitis because of stress, tension and excessive workload.
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose): Various ailments and general unhealthiness of the body occur through stiffness of the spine. Spine is the major channel, which carries all nerve impulses from the brain to the body. Bhujangasana removes the stiffness of the neck and shoulder, and acts as a good remedy for cervical problems too.
Ardha Salbhaasana: (Half Locust Pose): The gentle back extension is highly beneficial in cervical pain, lumbargo and sciatica. Performing regularly can give you a great relief from cervical spondylosis and neck pain. Therapeutically, it has been found useful for alleviating cervical spondylitis, back ache and sciatica.
Shanshank-Bhujangasana (Striking Cobra Pose): Shanshank-Bhujangasana improves flexibility and strength of the spine which can counter all the adverse effects of sedentary life. The combination of Shanshank-Bhujangasana is beneficial in treating of backache and cervical pain.
Matsyasana (Fish Pose):Matsyasana provides strength and flexibility to the entire vertebral column. It is extremely beneficial for cervical region and helps in overcoming stress and strain caused due to prolong sitting before the computer.