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Neck crunching, clicking in head, extreme tiredness. Reason?

Hi I suffer wiyh my head and neck all the time, my neck is always crunching and I have to click it all the time to get some relief I have a clicking in my head too and I often feel dizzy and ill with it, I don t know if its connected but I suffer with extreme tiredness all the time to the point I have to sleep most days even after a nights sleep, I have just turned 40.?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

After a physical examination X ray spine may help to identify the exact cause of that neck problem you are having. Excessive sleepiness requires to investigated. Do you have a good night time sleep. Is there excessive snoring? Do you wake up frequently during night? Some times hypothyroidism can cause such problems. A thyroid profile may be required to arrive at the exact cause of the problem.

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Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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