Causes and Tips to Relieve Your Shoulder Pain
Have you ever had a strong shoulder pain when you want to catch an object in height or that you pass the arm in the sleeve of your jacket?
With its five different joints and a whole set of tendons, ligaments, and muscles, the shoulder is a precision mechanic that is easily grasped.
Causes of Shoulder pain:
- Rotator Cuff Injury
- Frozen Shoulder
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
In 80% of cases, these pains are due to tendinitis.
Dislocation, retractile capsulitis, inflammation of the membrane that surrounds the joint or osteoarthritis may also be involved.
Whatever the origin, do not overlook because they can cause chronic pain very unpleasant.
The shoulder is a very stressed and very fragile joint.
Our solutions to avoid your mobility to the minimum is The Shoulder Support by DaviSMART:
Is designed to alleviate shoulder pain and discomfort by providing support and improve shoulder stability.
It will help you to recover from overuse injuries, frozen shoulder, AC Joint, Bursitis, dislocated shoulder and rotator cuff by increasing the blood flow and reduce recovery time
Fortunately, there are many solutions to prevent the shoulder pain.
1) Take care of your shoulder every day
Good reflexes will allow you to spare your shoulder. If you wear a blouse or a coat, this will cause severe pain and you will reduce it before dressing the painful side, which prevents you from circumventing your sensitive arm.
To undress, on the other hand, start with your valid shoulder and finish with the one that makes you suffer. In order to have a good night’s sleep, it is better to sleep on the back. If necessary, place a pillow under your aching arm, a tip to avoid tension on waking.
2) Do practice reinforcement exercises
You will keep these diseases at a distance by practicing regular exercises:
Here is one example:
- Sit with your back straight, facing the door.
- Place an elastic around the handles and hold the ends.
- Pull the elastic towards you by lowering the shoulders and tightening the shoulder blades.
- Keep the position 6 seconds before releasing slowly.
- Repeat the exercise 10 times.