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Soreness on scalp, neck crunching, anxiety. Causes and treatment?

I have been experiencing soreness in a couple of places on my scalp , when I turn my head, my neck sounds a bit crunchy, I have also during this period of time ( 3 weeks) suffered anxiety over one of my children. Yesterday I was fine , I have just come back from driving the car and its come back again I first noticed it when I tied my hair back, the feeling is consistent with hair that is laying the wrong way and pulling on the scalp. I read nerves over the scalp can if aggrivated cause these symptoms. Many thanks
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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the anxiety nerosis can be cause or pressure on nerves supplying the scalp from side of neck
there can be many causes
cervical muscle tension sprains or pressure from external or internal
need to investigate for cause and treat by consulting gp
need muscle relextants
flunarazine 5 mg od
local ointments on neck and scalp with posture restrictions
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