Symptoms of a Crick in the Neck  

Persistent pain or stiffness in the neck, often localized to one side. 

Difficulty in turning or tilting the head, accompanied by discomfort. 

Sharp or dull aching sensations in the neck muscles. 

Tenderness and soreness when touching the affected area. 

Limited range of motion, making it challenging to perform regular activities. 

Headaches that originate from the neck, leading to additional discomfort. 

Muscle spasms or tightness contributing to the crick sensation. 

Gradual onset of symptoms, often triggered by poor posture, sudden movements, or sleeping in an awkward position. 

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