Frozen shoulder is a condition that manifests by stiffness in the shoulder and limited movement. It usually affects people between 40 and 60. Frozen shoulder is caused by many factors including injury, auto-immune disorders or dehydration. People suffering from diabetes, stroke or heart diseases usually experience this condition.

Frozen shoulder has three stages: the first one manifests itself by severe pain in the shoulder, the second stage limits movement, and the third stage is thawing – the final stage of frozen shoulder.

Fortunately, it can be cured by some natural remedies which follow:

Put some garlic and mustard oil in a pan and heat it. When the garlic turns brown take the pan off the heat, and allow the mixture to cool down. Use it to massage the shoulder 3-6 times every day.

Heat packs provide great results in treatment of frozen shoulder. Just apply the pack on the shoulder and let it stay for 15 minutes.

You can also dip some black seed in water and let it stay overnight. In the morning, consume the mixture to relieve the pain and resolve the problem.

Stretching will help the problem disappear. Do some morning stretches to alleviate the pain and increase shoulder movement. Yoga is a good alternative exercise too.

As dehydration is one of the causes of frozen shoulder, it’s a good idea to drink more water and liquids daily to fight the problem. Eat raw, unprocessed and fresh food and include some healthier oils such as olive oil to lubricate the shoulder. Eat more vegetables, soups and drink herbal tea to reduce the inflammation. Avoid eating fatty foods as they contain high sodium and fat levels which can worsen the condition.