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  1. Jul 15,  · A crick in the neck(acute stiff neck, spasmodic torticollis or wry neck) happens without warning and often as a result of doing something that you have done hundreds of times before and without any problem.   Often the sudden neck spasm or neck stiffness happens after a small twist or turn of the neck at an unguarded moment.
  2. Sep 06,  · If you've ever had a crick in the neck you know it's pretty awful, especially when you turn your head real quick to the side. It hurts! A lot of people think: well maybe if I just don't move my.
  3. Jul 11,  · The neck stiffness of a crick in the neck is your body’s way to protect the spine and major nerves from further problems.
  4. Apr 12,  · Most people have neck pain at some point in their life. It’s usually due to neck muscle strain. But neck pain is also a common symptom of a heart attack. Protect your heart by recognizing when your neck pain is more than a temporary strain and might be due to a problem with your heart.
  5. Sometimes all a crick in the neck needs is a little heat and some stretching. Popping a heating pad on the spot for a bit, and then stretching the neck gently can sometimes provide some relief. The heat will reduce inflammation, and the stretching might take away tension that is in the area.
  6. Apply an ice pack or bag of frozen peas to your neck for 15 minutes three or more times a day. Taking a hot shower or bath can help relax strained muscles.
  7. a crick in (one's) neck A sudden pain or stiffness in one's neck, as from a cramp or spasm. I got a crick in my neck when I whipped my head around to see what was running through our .
  8. Jan 18,  · The most common cause of a crick in the neck is having your head positioned in a way where the muscles and ligaments become strained. This can .

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