Even just a little pain in your back can leave you in a lot of agony. It can hassle you when you walk, when you sit, when you lie... and when you do anything else.
But spending 10-15 minutes stretching out your back every day could be exactly what you need to loosen the muscles around the spine and bring you pain relief.
Be sure to take it slow and gentle and not to do any stretch or exerci... ››› more
You know how pain can consume you and if the first dose of painkillers doesn‟t work you take more? And more?
Well, in a recent survey the National Centre for Health Statistics revealed that 60% of accidental deaths happen from painkiller overdoses.
There is a natural alternative you can consider for your back pain… The new anti-inflammatory pain reliever in medicine...
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Chronic back pain is on of the leading causes for people missing work, high medical costs, disability and issues with quality of life.
Experts always thought back pain is caused by disease, age or injury.
But, a new study found another four causes in your life that could be leaving you with a sore back!
Keep reading to find out what they are... Could any of these four causes be behind yo... ››› more
Constipation, diarrhoea, cramps, gas, indigestion, bloating, nausea… Those are just some of the things you have to deal with when you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
But one frequently mentioned and seemingly, unrelated symptom is lower back pain, especially at night.
Have you ever thought your IBS was the reason your back hurt?
Keep reading... Two common reasons your back h... ››› more
Orthopaedist Dr Mark Knaub, of Penn State Hershey Medical Center in Pennsylvania, says that approximately eight in every 10 people suffer from back pain at some point.
According to Dr Knaub, ligament, tendon and muscle strains or soft tissue injuries top the list of the most common causes of back pain.
When you twist, bend, fall or lift heavy objects, these injuries can occur.
People who... ››› more
While bloating is very common, painful bloating can also be a sign of more serious health problems such as lactose intolerance, celiac disease, gastro oesophageal reflux disease or irritable bowel syndrome.
If you think you may be suffering from one of these gut problems, don't fret - you can easily reverse over time them by tweaking your diet and lifestyle. In the meantime, you can relieve the... ››› more
You have severe back pain again, so you decide to consult your doctor. He prescribes you opioids - a drug that acts on opioid receptors to produce morphine-like effects. You've taken them for pain many times before, so you know they work well. So there's no harm in taking them again, is there?
To tell you the truth, there is...
While it may not seem like a big deal to pop opioids to relieve ... ››› more
Are you part of the 80% of our population who suffers from severe back pain? Do you think that the pain is inevitable just because it's so common - especially in older adults? Well, then, you've got it all wrong...
Orthopaedist Dr Mark Knaub, of Penn State Hershey Medical Center in Pennsylvania in the USA, has confirmed that will approximately eight in every 10 people will suffer back pain at l... ››› more
Ouch! There's nothing worse than back pain. And while it's common in older people, it's never any fun. The condition, which is caused by damage to the muscles and ligaments of your back, can put serious pressure on your spinal nerve roots, causing severe pain in your back and sometimes even legs as well.
Luckily, for back pain sufferers, there's a quick-fix solution - back surgery. If you suffe... ››› more
Some time ago, I read an advice of a military doctor about how to keep your joints in good condition and at the same time eliminate many of the problems associated with them. I checked it on myself, my friends and convinced myself that this recipe was really - a miracle!
If you have problems with pain in the joints, back, legs, or neck, this is the recipe for you!
The "miracle" recipe that h... ››› more
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