How can I prevent my frozen shoulder from getting worse?
If you have a frozen shoulder, you can generally use your arm as you normally would and don’t have to worry about harming it.
But to keep the pain from getting worse, it’s best to be careful and avoid sudden movements.
Many people use cold or heat packs to relieve shoulder pain..
What is the fastest way to heal a frozen shoulder?
Your clinician may recommend an anti-inflammatory medication such as aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), or naproxen (Aleve, Anaprox). An ice pack or bag of frozen vegetables applied to the shoulder for 10 to 15 minutes several times a day can also help with pain.
How long does the freezing stage of frozen shoulder last?
In the “freezing” stage, you slowly have more and more pain. As the pain worsens, your shoulder loses range of motion. Freezing typically lasts from 6 weeks to 9 months.
What aggravates frozen shoulder?
People with a frozen shoulder should avoid all vata-aggravating diets and lifestyle practices. Frozen food, carbonated drinks, fast food, stale food, packaged food, chips, popcorn, white flour (refined flour) products, ice cream and any form of stimulant like tea, coffee or alcohol should be avoided.