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  • Portable Screens Force Users To Tilt Their Heads

    Portable Screens Force Users To Tilt Their Heads    Continuous Use Can Lead To Back Pain, Neck Pain, And Headaches    A tilted head due to poor posture while typing on a keyboard or while reviewing a portable screen, can lead to a painful condition known as nerd neck. Other causes, besides poor posture, are weak neck muscles and stress. This condition can result in headache, shoulder pain, and neck pain, because the head is tilted forward in an unnatural angle, adding stress to the shoulder and upper back muscles. It also affects breathing, due to the head angle. However, it can be fixed.…

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  • Back Pain Is Not Always Related To Old Age

    Back Pain Is Not Always Related To Old Age    Most Back Pain Sufferers Have Less Than 50 Years    Many facts are not clear about back pain. One of them is that old age causes back pain, however, there is no clear evidence to support it. There is a correlation between back pain and age, but it shows that most back pain sufferers are between 30 and 50 years old. Also, persistent back pain is usually related to tissue damage, however, the healing process is very fast, with an expected duration of three months. The truth is that persistent back pain is usually…

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  • Chest Pain Can Be Caused By Pinched Nerves

    Chest Pain Can Be Caused By Pinched Nerves    Other Causes Are Acid Reflux And Cardiovascular Conditions    Pinched nerves occur when the space between the vertebrae is reduced, applying pressure on the nerves. This might result in pain radiating to different areas of the body. If the pinched nerve is located in the neck, the person might perceive pain in their arms, along with a sensation of tingling and weakness, while if the pinched nerve is located in the lower back, the painful sensation can be experienced in the legs. In other circumstances, it can cause pain in the chest and the torso,…

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