My heart goes out to those many, many people who have such serious problems and often terrible pain.
I have neither right now, but if you have a moment, and if you would be so kind to comment:
I'm 40+, and my neck has been grating and grinding when I turn my head to either side -- getting worse now. No pain.
My question (as I see no answer on this site or on the 'net) -- Is there anything preventative that I can do NOW, to slow my cartilage from degenerating/becoming hopelessly arthritic? At least tell me: do I try to move my head LESS, to preserve what little cartilage I may have, or do I follow a neighbor's advice to keep it moving even MORE, "to break up all them pesky arthritic connections".
Thanks -- I would really appreciate a word from someone who knows.
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