The sternocleidomastoid is complex and produces many different symptoms. These self-care exercises work for any of the posts about sternocleidomastoid. Managing this muscle has benefits ranging from calming your anxiety to headaches around the brow, headache in the forehead, sinus headache, or getting rid of a nagging cough. Reading Position This guy looks so sophisticated […]
Self Care-Cervicogenic Headache
This post has self-care strategies for relief from neckache, headache, eye-ache. If you’d like to read more about how people describe this pain and the activities that create the problem and aggravate it look at this other post. Avoid this sharp bend at the base of the neck instead of using his eyes to look
Here, you’ll find strategies for getting from pain, itching, and burning on the back of your head. If you’d like to read more about how people describe the pain and what aggravates the condition, look at this other post. Some people are concerned about getting a neck ache from washing their hair at the salon.
You can get relief from this headache spot above the temple by changing activities that aggravate it. Avoid the activities that press into the base of the head and top of the neck, especially with subtle twisting and laying on a cold surface. This picture is an ideal scenario for creating this headache. However, headache
Here you will find ways to get relief on your own from the headache on the top of your head. Additionally, because this is a cervicogenic headache, you’ll find ways to relieve it with muscles in your neck. In this post, you can also read more about how people describe this pain and the activities