How can cervical spondylosis fall more in love with middle-aged people?
Due to the accelerated pace of life and increased pressure, patients with cervical spondylosis have increased significantly.
Doctors from the Second Affiliated Hospital of Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine reminded that avoiding long-term work at the desk and paying attention to the height of the pillow can prevent the occurrence of cervical spondylosis.
According to reports, cervical spondylosis is defined as a middle-aged disease, mostly after the age of 40.
However, due to the unscientific lifestyle, the number of patients with cervical spondylosis has increased year by year, and it is obviously younger. At present, the patients are mostly in the 30s.
Computer operators, bank staff, secretaries, typists, medical staff, teachers, drivers, etc. are high-risk groups with an incidence rate of about 3.
6%, the ratio of male to female is about 6:1.
Dr. Liu Guangyu, Department of Orthopaedics, the Second Affiliated Hospital of Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, reminded that the following four points can effectively prevent cervical spondylosis in daily life: First, avoid trauma and chronic strain, avoid reducing the burden of desk work, and take appropriate rest for 30-40 minutes;It is appropriate to sleep on a soft pillow, the pillow should not be too high or too low, and the height should be about 10 cm.
The third is to pay attention to colleges and universities to keep warm. In summer, you should avoid sleeping in the window or sleeping in the air conditioner.
The fourth is to do a cervical spine self-healing massage.
Dr. Liu said that cervical spondylosis was not overly worried. Most patients with cervical spondylosis had good results with non-surgical treatment, and only a small number of patients needed surgery.
The system of conservative treatment used in the Department of Orthopaedics, the Second Affiliated Hospital of Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, treats cervical spondylosis, lumbar disc herniation, femoral head necrosis, knee osteoarthritis, and effective rate of more than 90%.