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Numbness in back shoulders and arms
Hi, i have numbness in upper back, shoulders and arms. Is this anything to be worried about? Can this be signs of heart attack or stroke?
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Hello Since when are you facing these problems Dr Verma General physician and Consultant physician  HIV AIDS in govt center and sexually transmitted disease or sex realted problems under NACO
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hi I understand your concern homeopathic treatment offers best results in such cases without any side effects better consult with me online now share more details on private chat
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Since when r you having this pain? What r other symptoms that you r experiencing? By doing what like walking, exertion, eating or empty stomach- it increases or decreases in intensity. For how much time the pain remains? Is there stiffness also? How is your appetite? R you constipated? I need to know more to be able to make diagnosis. U need to do TSH, CBC, serum calcium, Vit D, Vit B12,X-ray of cervical spines. Try a few basic exercises to strengthen and supporting muscles. Repeat each exercise a few times, then increase the number of repetitions as the exercise gets easier. A person can ease the symptoms of cervical pain/spondylosis with a few simple neck exercises. 1. Neck stretch Keep your body straight. Push your chin forward in a way that stretches the throat. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return your head to its center position. Push your head back with the chin held high, and hold for 5 seconds. Carry out 5 repetitions. 2. Neck tilt Tilt your head forward so that the chin touches the chest. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return the head to a neutral position. Carry out 5 repetitions. 3. Neck tilt (side-to-side) Lean your head down towards either shoulder, leading with the ear. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return your head to the center and repeat on the other shoulder. Carry out 5 repetitions. 4. Neck turn Turn your head to one side as far as it remains comfortable, being sure to keep your chin at a level height. Tense your neck muscles for 5 seconds. Return the head to a central position. Repeat on the opposite side. Repeat this exercise 5 times on each side.
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