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
Back pain can make even the simplest of things difficult. Not to mention put a serious strain on personal relationships. In fact, couples admit that they hold off from having sex when their partner has a serious back problem.
While this is a good idea, if your partner's is on the mend, (in other words, their pain is controllable), you might be ready to give sex another try.
When you do, fo... ››› more
Back pain? Give yoga a go.
Multiple studies that the stretching, strength, and flexibility that comes with a yoga class is exactly what you need to relieve back soreness.
And it's not mumbo jumbo either.
A study published in the journal Archives of Internal Medicine, showed that people who did yoga classes are twice as likely to cut back on pain medications for their back pain as peopl... ››› more
Along with the start of the new work year comes back pain.
Your body's not used to sitting in a chair for eight hours straight after you were mobile and free every day of the holidays…
And as if being back at work wasn't bad enough, your back pain is killing you and making it even more difficult to concentrate on what you need to get done.
But there IS a solution.
It involves you... ››› more
80% of people experience some form of lower back pain at some point in their lives. Doctors see exorbitant numbers of patients suffering from back pain. But you don't need to take expensive pain pills to relieve back pain, you can use these two natural remedies instead…
#1. Drink ginger tea for relief of back pain relief
You can experience pain relief without popping a single pill, just by l... ››› more
If you have a knot in your back, it's not just annoying it's painful too. And it's even worse when it's in a spot you can't reach! Read on to discover the simplest way to relieve back pain when you have a hard to reach knot in your back. Relieve back pain from a hard-to-reach knot with unconventional technique
Believe it or not, a long sock and a tennis ball are the perfect combination to rel... ››› more
Exercise is a great way to relieve back pain, and it works better than any medication, say experts. So, instead of popping another pill to cope with your back pain, lace up your gym shoes and get some exercise! Read on to discover how you can effectively relieve your back pain through exercise…
Millions of people suffer from back pain and it’s putting strain on the healthcare system
80% of... ››› more
Back pain is so common, most people will experience some form of back pain sometime in their lives. That's why it's good to be prepared and know about back pain management. Let's take a look…
Eight symptoms of back pain
Common symptoms of back pain include:
1. Muscle pain
2. A stabbing or shooting pain in the back and possibly down a leg
3. Stiff or locked spine that prevents y... ››› more
Nothing can ruin your day quicker than back pain. Unfortunately, it's not something you can ignore until it goes away. But there are some ways to not only instantly treat back pain, but create better habits to help the underlying problem and to strengthen your back. Today we reveal three of them... Here’s how you can help ease your back pain at home
1. Release your inner endorphins
Endo... ››› more
An Australian by the name of Michael Nixon Levy developed the Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST). It involves a series of gentle moves done on specific parts of your body. And it provides natural pain relief for a variety of symptoms. Here's how NST works…
Unlike massage, NST is gentle and even the lightest touch provides natural pain relief
NST focuses on stimulating the ... ››› more
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