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Bulging Neck? What’s Hidden Inside Your Neck CAN Hurt You…

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Could you have a herniated disc in your neck – and not know it ? Do you have a ticking time bomb inside your neck? Believe it or not – 3 out of every 5 adults have herniated discs, even if they don’t feel any pain! That’s because the disc has to actually hit a nerve before it starts to hurt. In other words, you have a greater than 50% chance of having a herniated disc in your back or neck, hidden and waiting to turn into a full-fledged problem. It’s like a ticking time bomb. As little as 1 mm of movement can make the difference between no pain and excruciating agony. Even though your neck feels fine today – you’ll want to make sure you’re doing what you can to prevent the sudden crippling pain of a pinched nerve from a herniated disc .

Bulging Neck? What’s Hidden Inside Your Neck CAN Hurt You…

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