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How a Frisco Chiropractor Can Reduce Headaches Caused by Cell Phone Use

Written By Arora Family Chiropractic on May 10, 2019

iStock 000010828606XSmallDo you ever experience soreness and stiffness in your neck? Have you noticed that you’re getting more headaches than ever before?

The issue could be your cell phone, computer, or tablet.

Is technology really to blame? If so, what can you do to reduce your risk of experiencing chronic headaches and neck pain?

Can the Use of Cell Phones and Computers Really Cause Pain?

Cell phones, tablets, and computers aren’t inherently bad. However, the use of them can trigger headache pain.

Recent studies, have shown that as society’s use of these devices goes up, so do the instances of pain, including:

The main reason people experience these symptoms after using their electronic devices is that they don’t encourage good posture. In fact, there’s a term for it in the healthcare field: Text Neck.

It doesn’t matter your age – nearly everyone who is on their cell phone, tablet, or laptop for any length of time on a regular basis can experience Text Neck.

When using these devices, you end up pushing your head forward and down. This puts a lot of pressure on your neck, straining the muscles of the neck and shoulders.

The result: stiffness, soreness, and even chronic headaches.

Get Help Now and Reduce Your Risk of Chronic Pain

A Frisco chiropractor can help you in two ways.

First, they provide spinal adjustments. These adjustments return the spine to its natural, healthy position, which will significantly reduce pain.

Second, your chiropractor can recommend stretches, exercises, and ergonomic techniques that, when implemented regularly, can prevent pain in the first place.

If you’re suffering from Text Neck and headaches, contact your chiropractor for assistance.

Have you been noticing more pain and stiffness in your neck and shoulders? It could be related to your cell phone, tablet, or computer use. Contact us today at (214) 618-7746 to schedule a consultation. We’ll provide the treatment and tips necessary so you can feel your best again!

Posted In: Chiropractor Headache Treatment