It depends how severe it is. Often times it doesn't just get better on its own so it can be fairly serious. Most likely it's something in the cervical spine, like a muscle strain and or spinal misalignment. I would start u
The short answer, no. You need to find out the underlying cause.
For example, if it is osteoarthritis, Nsaids like this block the inflammation but inhibit chondrocytosis which is the growth of cartilage cells. Essentially
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