Tension Myositis Syndrome: Stress & Pain Between Shoulder Blades

Purple Almond Wellness

I had another article in mind, one for my pioneer recipe series, however I’m a bit under the weather. For the past few weeks, I’ve had severe, almost debilitating pain in my back, between my shoulder blades. If is so strong and feels as if I’m being stabbed in the back. I had a recent doctor appointment with blood work, so I know I’m physically okay, IE: no cancer or heart issues. I’ve done some research and here are some of the causes:

  • muscle strain
  • trauma
  • herniated disc
  • arthritis
  • heart attack
  • cancer
  • gallbladder disease
  • nerve entrapment
  • scoliosis

While gallbladder disease, a herniated disc, or nerve issues are a possibility, a more likely cause is stress. I’ve found an article on something called Tension Myositis Syndrome. Here is a quote from the article:

This syndrome is the brain distracting the body from an emotional stress by restricting the flow…

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