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A stiff neck is characterized by neck pain, soreness, and difficulty moving the neck. Sometimes it is also accompanied by back, arm, chest, and shoulder pain. Everyone experiences getting a stiff neck at least once in their lives. But why does it happen? 
For some people, cold weather is a good thing—exciting even. It's a sign that the holidays are nearing, and we're about to head into a new year. But for others, cold weather can be a pain in the neck—literally. If you're experiencing neck pain during the colder seasons, it's not in your head. It's a real phenomenon, and it affects thousands of people. In fact, the colder it gets the worse the pain feels. And sometimes it not only affects your neck, but it can cause shoulder stiffness and joint pain too. Mix all three and it can be a debilitating combination, making you feel miserable. And no one wants to feel this way during the holidays. So why does it even happen? And what can you do to get rid of the pain? Today, we're going to cover everything you need to know regarding neck pain from cold weather.
Do you have a loved one who complains about having back or neck pain all year? If so, you know how debilitating it can be. It quite literally affects their day-to-day life. Chronic back or neck pain is a serious matter, and if your loved one doesn't do something to fix the situation, it will only make it worse.

Road trips aren't as fun as most people make them out to be, especially if you're the one behind the wheel. You might be sitting down the whole time but it's actually a very stressful position to be in. You're the one dealing with traffic and ignorant drivers. You don't get to sleep as your passengers do, you have to be alert and tense at all times. To top it all off, you get neck pain when you drive. Long-distance driving is a common culprit of neck pain. It not only affects people going on road trips—truckers and cabbies also have a very high risk of suffering from neck pain since they're always behind the wheel.

Being forced to travel with neck and shoulder pain can be a real...well, pain! Sitting in the same potions for extended periods starts to take its toll as you spend hours in the car, or in a plane. Enough is enough - is there something that can be done to help ease your pain and stiffness, allowing you to travel in comfort? Fortunately for you, we've put together this complete guide on traveling with shoulder and neck pain so you can start feeling better and enjoy your time off with loved ones.
If you’re like most adults, you probably view turkey neck and loose skin as an inevitable byproduct of aging. However, did you know that there are actually neck tightening exercises you can do that can slow or even reverse these unpleasant side effects of father time?
Despite being one of the most important parts of maintaining a pain-free quality of life, fear gets in the way of neck and posture training. Whether the fear of doing neck training alone, looking silly at the gym, or doing the exercises incorrectly, it stops us from completing our neck training. This can pose several problems since the neck is one of the most vulnerable parts of our bodies.

If you're suffering from golf-related neck pain, it can prevent you from fully enjoying something you love.

Whether your pain is persistent throughout the round or you feel it later that night when you get home, you'll not be able to really play your best or have as much fun. Is this pain preventable, or is a sore neck or upper back just an inevitability from swinging the golf club? We're here to tell you that you can in fact enjoy one of your favorite pastimes without stressing about injuring yourself or feeling sore.

While the NFL and NHL made front page news for their heightened awareness of concussions, soccer player Brittni Souder looked for anyone who could understand her textbook symptoms of repetitive brain trauma.

Neck training probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you think of running, but proper biomechanics from the feet up to the neck is essential for safety and stabilization. Discover how neck training for runners helps to build strength, improve mobility, and improve attention while running. 
Nico Barraza tore all the ligaments of his right shoulder and hand, and suffered a TBI, when he went over the handlebars of his bike. The former NCAA baseball player, pro ultrarunner and cyclist is bringing the Iron Neck in to restore his neck and shoulders to full function.

Training with the Iron Neck will make any athlete better than they would be without it. Some coaches are taking their neck training for athletes beyond the basics, giving themselves an edge and moving the ball downfield for all of us.