Fort Wayne Neck Pain and Headache and Mask Wearing: Chiropractic Help

Clues: What links these symptoms together – fogging, irritation, redness, pain, headache?

Answer: COVID 19.

Over this past year, we have all found ourselves suffering with some new aches and pains in odd ways. Glasses’ fogging. Irritation of the nose. Redness of cheeks. Back of ear irritation. Neck pain. Headache. The PPE has its down-sides in addition to its benefits. Your Fort Wayne chiropractor is here to help relieve some of the related pains like neck pain and headache. Aaron Chiropractic Clinic invites Fort Wayne headache and neck pain sufferers to come in for a chiropractic visit.

ISSUES WITH MASKS THAT RESULT IN Fort Wayne NECK PAIN AND HEADACHE

Masks and mask-wearing have side-effects. A study of nurses explained that headache bothered 73.4%, extreme sweating impacted 59.6%, breathing difficulty bothered 36.7%. Goggle or glasses’ fogging was described by 91.7%. N95 wearers reported issues with nasal bridge scarring in 76.6% and pain and indentation of the back of the ears by 66.4%. (1) A recent study of nurses who wore masks and other PPE for greater than 4 hours at a time discovered that vision problems affected 47.9% of them as did redness of cheeks/nose bridge/ears, dry mouth, and headaches. (2) A study of healthcare workers centered on the incidence of headache during COVID-19. 81% said that they acquired novel PPE (mask/eye wear)-related headaches. 33% of them stated they were experiencing headaches before COVID. 91.3% of those pre-existing headache sufferers stated that improved mask/eye wear equipment impacted their headache control and work. (3) Overall headache occurrence due to PPE (mask/eye) was 62% in another report. Working more than 8 hours at a time escalated the odds of new headache occurrence. Discomfort, blurred vision, and reduced concentration were other reported issues. Wearing such equipment aggravated pre-existing headache issues and brought on new headache occurrences. (4) Aaron Chiropractic Clinic has heard new pain complaints from our Fort Wayne chiropractic patients in the past year. Your Fort Wayne chiropractor has taken care of many for headache and neck pain relief.

NEW PAIN ISSUES AND HELP WITH CHIROPRACTIC

As stated by the American Chiropractic Association, our Fort Wayne chiropractic patients are not alone! Chiropractic patients across the country are reporting some new pain issues with their neck, shoulders, and upper back during this past year of the pandemic, particularly patients who wear masks for long hours. Surely, stress is a contributing factor to pain in normal times. In these times, it is no surprise that patients are describing more pain. Masks may well add to pain in the neck, shoulders, and upper back. Masks may impact vision. If a mask lies too high, the wearer may tuck the chin to see more clearly or hold the neck in an awkward way to see more clearly. A better fitting mask may help. More frequent breaks may help. Stretching more often may help. A walk to de-stress is a great option! (5) Your Fort Wayne chiropractor knows these issues and is ready to help!

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Listen to the PODCAST with Dr. David Kulla on the Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he describes the effectiveness and gentleness of the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management for relief of neck pain and headache.

Make your next Fort Wayne chiropractic appointment with Aaron Chiropractic Clinic. We offer no more clues to the riddle of new headache and neck pain issues over the past year, just an option. Aaron Chiropractic Clinic offers chiropractic help: Fort Wayne chiropractic treatment.

 
Aaron Chiropractic Clinic shares how mask-wearing may trigger neck pain and headache which chiropractic can help alleviate.  
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