Candida infections can cause several symptoms. However, Candida is not a likely cause of all common health problems. For example, I have been asked if Candida can cause chronic neck pain. I don’t think it is a likely cause of ongoing neck problems.
My recommendation is to first investigate other possibilities such as whiplash, a sports injury, a posture problem, or stress. Many people spend far too much time on the computer. Too much sitting in front of the screen can cause neck, shoulder, and arm pain.
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An osteopath or chiropractor can help sort out what’s causing the neck pain. A massage therapist may help reduce symptoms. Some people report that a new or different pillow improves their neck pain.
Digestive problems can indeed be associated with joint and muscle pain. However, I would look at other possibilities before pursuing Candida as the cause of chronic neck pain.