Turn the neck to support fatigue, a 23-year-old girl with a stroke, hemiplegia

The girl felt tired that she should have turned her neck joints to relax and suddenly heard a loud "crack". On the night of Marc...


The girl felt tired that she should have turned her neck joints to relax and suddenly heard a loud "crack".
On the night of March 4, 23-year-old Natalie Kunicki, from England, was lying in bed watching a movie with a friend after drinking. She felt tired that she should have turned her neck joints to relax and suddenly heard a loud cough. Natalie thought there was nothing serious because every time she turned or twisted her body, it sounded similar.

However, about 15 minutes later, when she was about to stand up and go to the bathroom, Natalie could not move her left leg. She panicked and called her friend to get up and take her to the hospital.

After the test, the doctors found that Natalie's neck bone was cracked, which broke the vertebral artery - one of the main arteries in the neck. This creates a blood clot that leads to stroke and paralysis on the left side.


Turning her neck to relieve her fatigue, Natalie broke her neck bone, risking permanent paralysis. - Illustration

Doctors have decided to surgery for Natalie to repair the damaged artery, although they cannot completely remove the blood clot. It is expected to dissolve over time without causing any additional damage.

Natalie's paralysis persists for several weeks after surgery. After a month of physical therapy, the young girl made some movements in her arms and legs, although still faced with months of recovery.

How dangerous is a bone fracture?

Bone fracture is actually a form of fracture, ie a closed fracture, without displacement (the bone has not been separated from the vertical, horizontal or has not been exposed to the skin). Bone fractures can occur in any bone of the body when there is strong external force on the bone.

According to an Australian osteoporosis specialist, Tony Coffey, the bone is wrapped firmly with calcium cells and has a soft bone marrow, where blood cells are produced. A cracked bone - cracked with strong force exerting too much bone tolerance and accompanying bones are muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and blood vessels that are affected when a bone is encountered Cracking cracks.

The doctor recommends that you limit the rotation of the neck joint to avoid fracture, if you want to do it, it must be done gently.

According to Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), when a person twists his neck, back or fingers, the 'cracked' sound is caused by nitrogen bubbles inside the joint protective capsules, or by ligaments as they stretch and joints. In most cases, this is harmless, but if there is pain or swelling in the joint, it may be an injury and need medical attention.

Doctors recommend that people avoid turning joints too hard because they can cause blood vessel rupture, which is important for blood supply to the brain.

"A tear in the vascular wall can lead to a stroke if the blood clot forms at the site of injury, and then breaks off blocking blood flow to the brain," he said. Strokes can cause weakness and loss of sensation in the extremities and may even lead to paralysis in extreme cases, he added.
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