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Can handheld smartphones cause problems with your 'neck'?
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What causes Stiff neck and head and shoulder pain?
There are a lot of things that can cause stiff muscles, such as sleeping awkwardly, on too many pillows or in a strange position. Trauma where your neck, head or shoulder was affected. Sometimes even something mild like whiplash can cause a stiff neck. Swimming, tennis or anything that requires lifting heavy objects can cause stiffness. Sometimes even poor posture can cause neck and shoulder problems. Stress can also cause neck problems. In severe cases, neck and shoulder pains may be caused by a serious infection or a tumor. If stiff neck is accompanied by fever, headache, nausea or vomiting and/or confusion consult a doctor, you might have an infection known as meningitis.
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How do you get whiplash?
Whiplash is a neck injury usually associated with rear end car collisions. Any blow from the back can cause a similar problem (sports etc.) In a whiplash incident the neck is hyper-extended backwards straining or ripping neck tendons or compressing neck vertebrae or disks. The rupture of these tissues impinges on the spinal nerves causing extreme pain. The similar motion of the head forward does not cause similar problems as the chin stops the hyper-extension. Lateral forces cause a different problem due to the brain sloshing about in the skull.