15 Best Blogs to Follow About scapular depression
If you are reading this then you are probably suffering from scapular depression, a psychological condition that causes you to feel like your back is going to break and your neck is going to snap. While it is very common, it is not so common that you should be taken seriously just yet.
There is a lot of evidence that suggests that scapular depression has been underdiagnosed for quite a while. The condition is often referred to as “fracture anxiety disorder” because it causes you to feel like your back is going to break and your neck is going to snap every time you sit or stand for even a few seconds.
scapular depression is actually not that uncommon. About three percent of people have the condition, but it will not cause you to break a bone (or at least not enough of it to require surgery). Although your neck may be injured, it’s unlikely to be broken and it will heal on its own. The only reason scapular depression ever gets a diagnosis is if you have a family history of the disorder.
Scapular depression usually goes hand-in-hand with other muscle-spasm syndromes, so you can see why it’s so hard to diagnose. You can also be diagnosed for any of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. In most cases, there’s nothing that can be done for scapular depression, and it usually goes away on its own.
So what is scapular depression? Essentially, it’s a disorder where you have a muscle spasm (like a hamstring) and you have a muscle spasm/swelling (like a hamstring) on one side of the body, and it gets worse and worse until it affects your entire body.
So when it happened to me, I had a muscle spasm, and I was on the verge of having a muscle spasm, and then suddenly the muscle spasm got worse and worse and worse every second.
It sounds like your scapular muscles are in spasm. When you have a muscle spasm, you lose reflexes and you can’t control your muscles in a normal way. That’s why many of us have a muscle spasm every time we get up in the morning. When your muscles are spasm, you can’t control your muscles in a normal way. That’s why it can be so hard to get back to normal.
Yes, the scapular muscle contractions are very common and very painful. My father also has them, and I know how hard it is to get them back to normal after a spasm. I went to a doctor a few months back to get the muscle spasms stopped. They said it was very likely caused by stress. But it seemed to be so much more likely that this was the result of a muscle relaxer.
In a study of 5,000 people, the muscle spasms were found to be significantly more common in people who took muscle relaxers. The same could be said of spasmodic dysphonia: a nerve disorder that causes the muscles to spasm so much that it is impossible to speak or breathe normally. For some people, it can be caused by a spinal cord injury; for others, it is simply due to stress.
I don’t think there is any clear consensus on how common muscle relaxers are or whether they are the cause of scapular depression, just that it is a very real possibility. I don’t know what the cause of spasmodic dysphonia is, since it seems more likely that it is stress-related. But there are certainly some cases where people with spasmodic dysphonia have not taken any muscle relaxers.