5. Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis)
Frozen shoulder, scientifically known as adhesive capsulitis is a condition of feeling of pain due to limited movement of shoulder. Stiffness in the joint of the shoulder does not allow it to move freely. It mostly happens during its movement to its extreme range for example while reaching for a seatbelt over head in a car. Such problems also arise due to sleep disorders. During this problem the shoulder should not be moved vigorously as it can even break the joint. It is treated with steroidal injections and anti inflammatory drugs to relieve pain and free movement of joint. Therapies should be followed religiously or else the pain can come back within few months. Exercises prescribed should be also followed to keep the pain at bay.
Achalasia cardia also known as esophageal dymotility disorder. It is found to be effecting mainly the esophagus as the name says. It seems to create problem in swallowing of food. The lower part of esophagus known as esophageal sphincter does not relax properly. Due to inflammation in nerves of esophagus the motility of esophagus is hurdled. The symptoms are mainly burning sensation is felt in heart, difficulty in swallowing solid or liquid thus causing vomiting. This can further lead to chest infections. The condition worsens during cold and stress.