Swimming keeps you away from cervical spondylosis

Swimming keeps you away from cervical spondylosis

The theory of spine surgery believes that the long-term bowing work, the cervical vertebrae always maintain the anterior flexion position, the insertion of the posterior cervical muscle group is in a state of tension, which is easy to cause cervical facet joint disorder, neck muscle strain, stiff neck, back muscle fasciitis and even cervical vertebrae.disease.

  Frequent pain and discomfort in the neck and hip muscles, cervical vertebra activity is obviously deteriorated, there is pain in the upper limbs, numbness in the upper limbs, manifested as palpitation, insomnia, headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, etc., even when the condition is serious, even walking is unstable.If you feel like a cotton, it is often painful.

  Swimming is a full-body exercise. The muscles of the upper limbs, the neck, the shoulders, the abdomen and the lower limbs are all “integrated”, which can effectively promote the blood circulation of the whole body muscles.

  Swimming, especially in breaststroke, should be bowed when exhaling. When inhaling, the head must be lifted up from the side parallel to the water, so that the head and neck are always in a state of low and one elevation, which is in line with the requirements of cervical spondylosis functional exercise.Fully active cervical joints, effectively promote the repair of muscles and ligaments of the neck muscles; and when swimming, the upper limbs should be vigorously paddling to exercise the corresponding muscle groups around the shoulder joints and hips.

At the same time, when people are rowing in the water, the friction generated by water on the human body and the pressure exerted by the water on the human body can exert a good massage effect on the muscles of various parts of the human body, which can also promote blood circulation of the skin and muscles, and enhanceMetabolism of cells.

  Because people do not have any burden in the water, they will not cause any damage to the cervical disc and will not cause joint and muscle damage.

It can be seen that regular swimming can not only effectively prevent cervical spondylosis, but also benefit all the body’s exercise system.

  Swimming is suitable for patients with early or convalescent cervical spondylosis, patients with back muscle fasciitis.

Patients with stiff neck and cervical facet joint dysfunction, patients with severe cervical spondylosis need to be under the guidance of Tuina, orthopedics or sports medicine doctors.

Usually 3 per week?
4 times, 30 each time?
For 60 minutes, continue for 3 months as an exercise cycle.