Get more rest so that your body can heal itself. Of course a little massage would help.
My partner found that when he took up golf that the pain from an old shoulder injury disappeared. Strange but true! It has never returned. May not work for everyone of course.
Body's muscular aches and pains, such as Cold Shoulder, are usually due "Dis-Alignments" in the body's posture.
Shoulder pains in general, can thus be due a wrong posture, during sleep, when one continues to rest exclusively on one of the shoulders ... or it can be due one exceeding the shoulder muscle's and/or the connecting ligament strength's limits.
The best natural cure is to "rest" the stricken part ... do not try to "fix" it by sudden pulls or pushes of the limb ... keep it "warm" ... and gently apply a balm, wrap up the shoulder with warm cloth, before going to sleep ...
The pain will go away in about a week.
If it is a shoulder injury you are going to want to apply ice to your shoulder within 48 hours of injury to keep the swelling at bay. You can add heat after that time frame to speed up recovery time. You can alternate by applying the ice pack for 15 minutes and then the heat for 15 minutes, and repeat. You are also going to want to keep your shoulder immobilized to prevent further damage to the affected area.
Epsom Salt scientifically known as hydrated magnesium sulfate, which is rich in magnesium and sulfate. Take bath with epsom salt it will reduce one's shoulder pains.
I like to rub tea tree oil or menthol on my sore muscles. My husband has a great deal of shoulder pain, so I do the same for him and it seems to help a lot.
A good massage and thereafter using a heat pad to put on the shoulder for at least 15 minutes. This should be able to relieve the pain as I had done it several times when feeling the shoulder pain after exercising.
Main thing is to relax the muscle to relieve the pain.
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