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Frozen Shoulder- All You Need To Know

Frozen Shoulder- All You Need To Know
Ayush Henry

Adhesive capsulitis is also commonly known as Frozen Shoulder. This condition limits the shoulder’s range of motion. The tissues responsible for the motion of the shoulder get thicker and tighter, resulting in the development of scar tissue. This leads to shortage of space for shoulder to rotate. The most common symptoms include:

  1. Stiffness
  2. Pain
  3. Swelling
  4. And uneasiness

Frozen shoulder is more likely to occur in between the ages of 43 and 60.

Frozen Shoulder: Step By Step Symptoms

  • Initially there will be a muscular pain in shoulder that would hurt.
  • The increase in pain will start limiting the motion of the shoulder.
  • With time the limited motion will increase shoulder stiffness.

Day by day the stiffness increases and it will become hard to move the shoulder as before.

General things like wearing cloths, reaching high shelves and cleaning articles at higher places will become tougher. As the severity will increase, the day to day regular task will suffer. It is best to catch the symptoms at the early stage to control frozen shoulder.

Frozen Shoulder: Causes

There are many known reasons that cause frozen shoulder. Some of the main causes include:

  • Diabetes,
  • Weak immune system,
  • Hormonal imbalance,
  • Illness,
  • Surgery,
  • Injury causing long period of inactivity, etc.

These reasons make a person vulnerable to suffer from joint inflammation leading to frozen shoulder. It generally takes 2 to 8 months to develop.

As the pain increases prefer using Biofreeze Pain Relieving Spray that provides longer-lasting pain relief for those hard-to reach areas, such as the middle back and lower extremities. It helps relieve pain from aching joints, arthritis, bursitis, back and neck distress, muscle spasms, and sports injuries.

Frozen Shoulder: Who Is At Higher Risk

People in their early age are safe. The condition occurs mostly in women and middle aged people. There are other factors that could make an individual prone to frozen shoulder. Some of them like:

  1. Diabetes, it multiplies the risk by 3 times.
  2. Wearing a shoulder sling for an extended period of time.
  3. Suffering from thyroid disorders.
  4. Stroke and surgery resulting in staying still for long period of time.

Frozen Shoulder: Treatment

Frozen shoulder is treatable but if remain untreated; it may take approximately 3 years to cure. For speedy recovery use the following points in combination like:

  1. Home care
  2. Medication
  3. Physical Therapy
  4. Surgery

Products To Ease Frozen Shoulder

 Frozen Shoulder- All You Need To Know

Aeromat Grip Weight Ball is ideal for core strength, range of motion and flexibility training. It features durable hard molded PVC shell ball structure and built in handle for easy gripping. The ball does not bounce or roll after landing.







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Shoulder Cryo/Cuff combines therapeutic benefits of controlled compression and cold to minimize swelling, pain, edema, hematoma and hemarthrosis. AutoChill System is designed to automatically cycle water between the cooler and cuff. The electronic pump automatically cycles, compressing air in the cooler to force chilled water into the cuff. This repetitive cycling maintains continuous cold and applies soothing pulsating pressure.








 Frozen Shoulder- All You Need To Know

Aeromat Elite Ex-Cord Fitness Tube is versatile in performing a variety of strength and fitness exercises. It is great for increasing the range of motion, rehabilitation and personal use. The large and comfortable grips are available in soft foam or hard PP (oval-shaped) with PP straps. It has patented structure design with external safety cord and centre protective sleeve that provides added safety.






There is wide variety of products available at It is best to have an appointment with healthcare professional for early treatment.


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Ayush Henry, has been a Health Products For You contributor since 2016. He holds an MBA in hospitality and a MA in English. A professional HR soft skills trainer and copywriter, he ...

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