Shoulder Pain with heat therapy

What You Should Know About Shoulder Pain

Did you know that your shoulder is one of the most flexible joints in our bodies? It's also susceptible to injury. Many conditions can cause pain and discomfort, ranging from just plain old stress or strain up through rotator cuff problems! The good news about these common issues for shoulders is that they are easy enough solutions when appropriately treated with heat therapy. The natural original pain reliever helps ease any aches caused by intense suffering.

Read on to discover what's helpful to know about shoulder pain: 


One potential cause of discomfort in the shoulder is the wear and tear on tissues with age. As you get older, these muscles can break down more quickly than they used to due to injury or overuse by moving your arm incorrectly while at work, for example. Pinching a nerve could also result from an improper positioning leading up until this point, where it causes pain nearly throughout the shoulder.


Whether there are occasional aches here-and-there isn't uncommon either - our bodies are trying their best to help us stay healthy 24/7! So when should someone worry? When an underlying issue goes untreated long enough without being addressed properly.


Sitting or standing at a computer all day will put undue stress for your back. Not only is it developing unnecessary aches, but if bad posture become consistent, it will be challenging to move around freely without physically feeling the effects on our joints - tight shoulders may also develop from regularly spending too much time in front of screens!


If your shoulder pain results from a sudden injury, such as a pull or strain from sports, lifting or other physical activity, it's best to ice the area right away until the swelling goes down. One convenient solution is the Original Sacksy - Microwavable Aromatherapy with Hot & Cold Sack. Designed to conform to the area of your body that needs healing or cooling therapy, this cold sack is excellent for helping to reduce swelling and improve blood circulation after an injury.

With a hot bath, you can do something at home to reduce shoulder strain or discomfort. The salt is meant to relax muscles, and it helps to increase blood flow as well! Other remedies for these painful conditions include: Staying hydrated by drinking enough water each day. Massaging the area every few hours when possible (but don't overdo it) and getting rest if needed so that your body has time to heal itself before going back into stressful situations again.

Heat Therapy

There are many ways to relieve your stress, tension and discomfort in the shoulder. One of these is applying heat to it. You can do this with hot towels, steam baths or heating pads. Designed specifically for the neck and shoulders, the Sacksy Microwavable Neck Wrap helps naturally alleviate stiff neck and shoulder tension by providing the perfect balance of moist heat. Thoughtfully designed to give you the option of either a fleece or cotton side and made with eight heat emitting chambers to keep the filler in place. Retains heat for 20-30 minutes, which is the recommended timeframe for hot and cold therapy.

Perfect for those looking to release neck and shoulder tension from "text neck" or a long day at the office.

Let Sacksy thyme heating pads bring comfort to your shoulders.

Prevention Methods

One of the best ways to avoid shoulder pain in the first place is by practicing prevention methods. It means ensuring you don't overextend or overwork your joints and muscles and getting enough rest after an arm workout or stressful day, specifically for those who suffer from chronic issues such as arthritis! Yoga can help improve flexibility, while strengthening exercises provide relief from stress on these sensitive areas. Here are some simple stretches:

  • The Chair Twist:

The twist to the right is a simple yet effective move that can be done while sitting in your desk chair at work or home. Start by sitting up straight with knees together and left hand placed on the outside of your right thigh. Slowly turn clockwise until fully faced towards it, then push gently against this side for several seconds before switching sides repeats the same technique but going counterclockwise.

  • Cross Stretch:

The arm-across-chest stretch is a prevalent one among gym-goers and runners. With your right arm by your waist, reach behind your left elbow to pull it across your chest while keeping good posture with no pain involved! Hold for about 1 minute before switching sides

you should do this exercise slowly. so as not hurt either side of the body ́til they have become accustomed enough

  • Head Tilt:

Stretching the neck is suitable for your shoulders too. Tuck your right cheek to your chest with your head down and roll slowly from side to side in both directions.

  • Shoulder Rolls:

Doing this stretch will help you to align your spine better and release any tension in your shoulders. Start by sitting up straight with good posture, and start by rolling your shoulders forward, then up and back in a motion that feels circular. Repeat this several times.

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