The new job is going great. I really enjoy it, and have been thinking to myself that it won't be long until its something that I will excell at. Previous to this, I had a desk job, which is not the type of work I'm doing now.
My day kinda goes like this: up the ladder, down the ladder, assist some customers, take some stock down, put those boxes up, help these newly entered people, and up the ladder, down the ladder. Having a physical job like this will keep me active when I have those spurts of 'I don't wanna work-out anymore'.
That's what I'm going through right now.
I don't wanna run, I don't wanna ride, and in my condition I don't think weights will be the helping hand.
I am not sure how this happened, but I have got an awfully sore neck and shoulders combo. I've had it ever since waking up Monday morning.
I was optimistic that it would be gone by Thursday night, my next scheduled shift, but when I got called into work yesterday, I was shorted a day of recovery. Now I am working 6 days in a row, and am looking for relief.
Not from working, relief from the neck pain.
Do you have any secrets? What's your go-to method? Remember that discomfort, and share your must-do's and do-not's of neck pain. Please.
Since I am the newest on the schedule, my hours up until now have been slim. There were some changes at work recently, and due to those changes, even more changes might be taking place.
Between the changes that have happened and the changes that might happen, I have been gifted a gigantic increase in hours. Turns out there's a possibility that these hours could become a regular occurance. Now that is something I'd like to see.
What I wouldn't want to see is myself calling in saying I cannot show up for those hours due to this pesky neck pain. Point me in the right direction. How have you cured your neck ouchy in the past? Do tell.
I'll thank you in advanced for any of the brave souls who are going to comment.