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How to naturally get rid of neck and shoulder pain

We’ve all spent too much time in the same position at least once of twice before. Either as zombies sitting in front of the computer, leaning over a work table like The Hunchback of Notre Dame, or simply sleeping in a bad position. But it’s not until the stabbing pain starts, that we realize we’ve made a serious mistake.

We feel a slight pain in the lower part of the neck, we stretch our shoulders back trying to scare away the pain, little by little the pain becomes more annoying, we massage the area with our fingers hoping it will help. But who are we kidding? None of this will make the pain go away.

Neck and shoulder pain is one of the most frequent kind. It is estimated that 7 out of 10 people have suffered from neck pain or stiffness, so don’t worry, you’re not alone.
One thing that many people ignore is that the neck is the most fragile area of the spine. Its vertebrae are very vulnerable, since they support and allow the rotation of the head, which weighs around 10 to 11 pounds. You probably started appreciating your neck more after learning this, right?

The pain appears after holding your head in the same position for long periods of time (driving for hours also counts). We usually begin to feel tension when we turn our head to the sides which can trigger headaches and pain in the shoulders and arms.

These are some of the most common causes of neck and shoulder pain, so from now on you correct yourself every time you catch yourself doing one of them:

  • Bad sleeping postures.
  • Bad sitting positions.
  • Bad movements, while lifting too much weight or playing sports.
  • Leaving your head tilted back for a long time.
  • Muscle injuries after accidents.
  • Improper and prolonged use of cell phones, tablets and laptops.

Text Neck syndrome

If you feel identified with this last one, you may be suffering from Text Neck syndrome without even knowing. A study published by CBS News indicates that we spend two to four hours with our necks tilted due to cell phone use.

Text Neck Syndrome is an illness caused by tilting the neck forward repeatedly or for a long time while texting or simply scrolling while scrolling through Instagram.

The Text neck illness may be the cause of your poor posture, neck stiffness, and neck, shoulder and back pain.

the most common types of pain

Before teaching you how to treat neck and shoulder pain, we show you some of the most common types of pain. This way you can identify yours and find the appropiate solution for it.

Muscle pain manifests itself in response to overexertion, or due to some kind of emotional or physical stress.

Muscle spasm is the hardening of the neck muscles, usually detected when you wake up with the neck so rigid that moving your head a little causes pain.

The headache associated with the neck is the one you feel in the lower part of the head, it causes sensitivity and stiffness in the head and neck area.

Nerve pain comes from irritation of the spinal nerves; it is usually severe and is accompanied by twinges in the upper back.

Now that you can identify your type of pain, it’s time to know when to treat it.

Why is it important to know when to treat pain?

The calmer your body is, the greater and longer-lasting the effects you can achieve will be.

In our everyday lives we have our hours are counted; the household chores, work, family, romantic life, social life, but rarely one of those hours is destined only for us, and that is why we fill ourselves with the stress that eventually takes begins to take its toll on our body.

When we feel the intensity of pain we want to make it go away as soon as possible, so we take some analgesics, but almost always the pain reappears because we repeat the actions that caused it and get filled with stress again.

It is difficult to heal definitively when we don’t correct what is causing the pain, just like a wound that cannot heal because we keep touching it.

That is why there is no doubt that the best time to treat pain as common as the neck and shoulders one, is during a well-deserved vacation.

Getting out of the routine, disconnecting and taking a moment for ourselves will allow our body to heal at its own pace and achieve longer-lasting effects.

There is the perfect place to treat your neck and shoulders pain while you’re on vacation. Imagine lying on the beach, feeling the sun on your skin, with a beautiful view and the sound of the sea in the background. Do you know the place we are talking about?

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It’s Aruba!

It turns out that Aruba is not only famous for being the “Happy Island” that brings happiness to those who visit it, but also for its incredible Spas which have all kinds of natural treatments that will make you feel and look 10 years younger.

A magical spot in Aruba to treat neck and shoulder pain is Clinical Massage & Spa Aruba. A place where they believe in healing and transforming lives naturally, with the help of organic treatments and professional therapists.

How to treat neck and shoulder pain at Clinical Massage & Spa Aruba?

Fire, Aruba aloe, and eucalyptus are some of the elements they use to heal pain. Unique and very efficient methods are part of the magic of this Spa.

Clinical Massage & Spa Aruba uses neurological specialized techniques to diagnose each patient. The first thing they do is correct the posture which is usually one of the main causes of pain in the upper back, neck, and shoulders.

These are some of the favorite therapies for neck and shoulder pain, get ready to tell the pain: it’s over!

The effective hot stone therapy

It ensures that energy flows properly, and relieves pain by acting directly over the points responsible for transmitting the sensation of pain.

The relaxing aromatherapy massage therapy

The use of essential oils such as eucalyptus or lavender enhance the effects of massage with its anti-inflammatory properties, it is possible to reduce inflammation and calm cervical pain.

The Powerful Deep Tissue Massage

The Deep Tissue massage releases the tension in the muscles of the neck and shoulders, with firm pressure and slow movements that reach the deepest layer of the muscle.

These are some of the comments from people just like you who were seeking a solution for their pain, and decided to try these natural techniques:

I had a hot stone massage at clinical massage and it was awesome. My neck and back were very tight prior. My neck has been bothering me for quite a while, with a lot of pain as well as the tightness. Roxy was my masseuse and she was awesome. I had the 80 minute treatment and I have no more neck or back pain and no more neck tightness. She did a tremendous job. She is very professional. It was an amazing, awesome experience

Wendy H

TripAdvisor User, Norwich, Connecticut

Our first massage! What a wonderful experience from initial contact via their website, we booked in person and enjoyed a truly relaxing 50 minutes with Carmen and Evelyn. I had injured my shoulder recently and was concerned but Carmen’s hands were the best medicine. All of the staff was professional, friendly and very welcoming. Great place to have your first massage experience!


TripAdvisor User, Greenland, NH

Magnificent! you give your body magical therapies that make you feel relieved, fresh and recharged with energy to return to routine. You finally feel good and pain-free.

And then what?

Here are a few tips to deal with neck and shoulder pain naturally once your vacation is over and you are back to your routine.

– Heat is your best friend

The heat relaxes the muscles immediately. You can use a thermal bag, a hot cushion; even taking a hot shower will help.
You can also make neck compresses by dampening a towel in hot water and placing it on your neck. Remember nothing is good in excess, so don’t overdo it or you could get burned.

– Self-massage, why not?

Apply lavender oil (or body lotion) over the fingers of your left hand, then put it under your ear, on the right side of your neck and massage down towards your collarbone, repeat three times and then change sides.
You can also apply rosemary oil and gently massage the area in circles.

– The cold can also be your friend.

Ice packs are effective in reducing inflammation and improving blood flow.

Crush ice cubes and put them inside a bag or towel, then place them on your neck and shoulders for 5 to 10 minutes and voilà, goodbye inflammation.

– Move!

Making slow movements in circles with your head helps stretch tight muscles. Move your neck slowly back and forth, do several repetitions and then from side to side, you will see that with each repetition it gets easier, but try not to force the movement if the pain is intense, you don’t want to hurt yourself.

Neck and shoulder pain no longer has to be a part of your life. Now you know you all the natural techniques to get it over with, and also that the best time to treat it is during a vacation, in the perfect place: Clinical Massage & Spa Aruba.

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As our society continues to prioritize health and wellness, men's well-being has emerged as an area of focus. Men are now paying more attention to their physical and mental health, and this has led to increased spa treatments targeted at them. However, there's still a myth that spas are exclusively for women. This outdated notion must be dispelled.
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I. Top 3 Luxury Spa Services Every Man Deserves
1. The Gentleman's Facial: Tailored to Men's Skin Care Needs
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3. Manicure and Pedicure: The Overlooked Services for Men
II. Why Men Shouldn't Miss Out on Spa Treatments

I. What is a Lymphatic Drainage?

It's essential to have a good understanding of what the lymphatic system is and what it does. It’s a complex network of vessels and tissues that work together to remove waste and toxins from the body, regulate fluid balance, and support the immune system.

But wait, there’s more! It plays a critical role in maintaining the health and functioning of many other systems in the body. The lymphatic vessels are responsible for carrying lymph, a clear fluid that contains white blood cells and other immune system components, throughout the body. The lymph nodes, located at various points along the lymphatic vessels, act as filters, trapping bacteria, viruses, and other harmful substances, and allowing the immune system to destroy them.

If you're considering a lymphatic drainage session, you may wonder what to expect during the massage.

Depending on your specific health concerns, the massage can focus on particular areas of the body where lymphatic congestion is an issue, such as the legs or arms.

Lymphatic drainage is a massage technique that stimulates the lymphatic system to promote the movement of lymph fluid throughout the body. This technique uses gentle, rhythmic strokes to push the lymph toward the lymph nodes, which can be filtered and processed more efficiently.

Looking for a lymphatic drainage experience like no other? Clinical Massage Aruba & Spa offers the best one to meet your health needs.

Hang tight and learn about the benefits of this treatment.

II. Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Lymphatic Drainage Massage is a specialized technique that helps stimulate the lymphatic system, a critical component of the immune system that helps the body fight infections and diseases. The massage targets the lymph nodes, vessels, and lymphatic vessels to facilitate the flow of lymphatic fluid through the body, offering several health benefits:

  • Boosts the immune system.
  • Filters out toxins from the body.
  • Enhances the body's ability to fight infections and diseases.
  • Promotes skin cells’ regeneration.
  • Helps reduce the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks.
  • Helps alleviate stress and anxiety.
  • Improves digestive function by stimulating the lymphatic vessels in the abdomen, reducing bloating, constipation, and other digestive issues.

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Now stay with us and discover how it works.

III. What to Expect from a Lymphatic Drainage

During a lymphatic drainage session, a trained therapist uses gentle, rhythmic movements to stimulate the flow of lymphatic fluid throughout the body. This can help reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and boost the immune system. The therapist will focus on specific areas of the body, such as the arms and legs to encourage the movement of lymphatic fluid and facilitate the removal of toxins.

Curious about what will happen next? You will feel relaxed after 60 minutes as the parasympathetic nervous system is stimulated during the session. This massage can also help balance fluids and remove toxins from the body, so it’s normal to feel an increased need to urinate. With the powerful detoxification effect also comes increased energy and mental clarity.

Whether you want to improve your physical health or simply relax and unwind, this technique is worth considering.

IV. The New You After a Lymphatic Drainage

Have you ever felt like you're carrying a heavy burden around you, both physically and emotionally? No worries! A Lymphatic Drainage can help you feel renewed and energetic.

This treatment is like a soothing melody for your body. It works by tapping into your lymphatic system, which is like a conductor for all the waste and toxins in your body.

With the help of a skilled practitioner, you will experience a healing bliss as they gently massage and stimulate your lymphatic system. As the toxins and waste are removed, you may feel like the weight of the world has been lifted off your shoulders. You'll feel lighter, freer, and more vibrant.

As your body becomes more balanced and aligned, so will your emotions. You may find your mind is clearer, your focus sharper, and your mood uplifted. It's like a burst of energy and positivity has been unlocked within you.

You can read more about the benefits of lymphatic drainage in our article:

If you're ready to discover the new you after lymphatic drainage, trust Clinical Massage Aruba & Spa to guide you through the process.

V. Possible Side Effects of Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage has powerful benefits for your health and well-being but, depending on the person, it can also cause a few negative symptoms.

Some of the possible side effects include:

  • Discomfort during the treatment.
  • Mild soreness in the treated area. This is a common response from massage and should disappear within hours.
  • Possibility of headaches, fatigue, and nausea.


These symptoms are typically mild and short-lived, but if they persist or worsen, you should consult with your Clinical Massage Aruba & Spa’s therapist.
The good news is that you can minimize the negative effects of lymphatic drainage by drinking enough water before and after the procedure to help your body detoxify and reduce the appearance of unpleasant side effects.
And if you still wonder if lymphatic drainage meets your health needs, we answer some frequently asked questions about it.


1. What should I Wear to a Lymphatic Drainage Session?

It's recommended that you wear loose, comfortable clothing to a lymphatic drainage session. This will allow the therapist to access the areas of your body that need to be massaged more easily.

2. Is Lymphatic Drainage Painful?

No, lymphatic drainage is a gentle massage technique that shouldn’t be painful. The therapist will use light pressure and rhythmic movements to promote the flow of lymph in your body.

3. How Often Should I Get Lymphatic Drainage?

The frequency of lymphatic drainage sessions will depend on your individual needs.

4. Can Lymphatic Drainage Help with Cellulite?

Yes, lymphatic drainage can help reduce the appearance of cellulite by improving the flow of lymph in the body.

5. Is Lymphatic Drainage Safe for Everyone?

Lymphatic drainage is generally considered safe for most people. However, it's important to speak with your therapist before beginning any new treatment.

6. How Long Does a Lymphatic Drainage Session Last?

A lymphatic drainage session typically lasts between 30-60 minutes, depending on your needs.
Ultimately, the decision to try lymphatic drainage is up to you. But with its many potential benefits, it's a worthwhile investment in your health and well-being.

Lymphatic drainage can help eliminate harmful waste and toxins, reduce inflammation, and boost healing by promoting the proper functioning of the lymphatic system. If you're looking for a natural way to boost your body's detoxification processes, get relief from a specific condition, and discover the new you, consider giving this treatment a try.

Treat yourself to a session of lymphatic drainage at Clinical Massage Aruba & Spa. You deserve to feel your best, and we're here to help you achieve your wellness goals.

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