How To Cure Back Pain in 5 Simple Steps

Worldwide, back pain is the single leading cause of disability, preventing many people from engaging in work as well as other everyday activities. Backpain affects around 80% population on this planet.

There is also no age barrier...I mean it can happen to anyone, from adolescent to elderly. The single most common cause of backpain is  bad posture or slouching at your desk( which all of us do all the time). However, in most cases backpain can be cured without surgery.

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Facts about back pain:

  • Back pain accounts for more than 264 million lost work days in one year—that’s two work days for every           full-time worker in the country.
  • Experts estimate that up to 80% of the population will experience back pain at some time in their lives.
  • Back pain can affect people of all ages, from adolescents to the elderly.
  • Back pain is the third most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office, behind skin disorders and               osteoarthritis/joint disorders.

  • Most cases of back pain are mechanical or non-organic—meaning they are not caused by serious                      conditions, such as inflammatory arthritis, infection, fracture or cancer.
  • Most people with low back pain recover, however reoccurrence is common and for small percentage of             people the condition will become chronic and disabling.
  • Worldwide, years lived with disability caused by low back pain have increased by 54% between 1990 and          2015.

 How to improve your back pain at home:

  •  Avoid bed rest. Studies show that lying down too much can slow recovery and raise the pain.
  •  Move. You may not want to move when you’re in pain, but it’s important to do as much as you can handle.t
  • Keep good posture. Pay attention to the way you hold your back when you sit, stand, walk, sleep, or do day-to-day activities. Good posture is when all the bones in your spine are correctly aligned. Poor posture can leave your back stiff and tense. This often to leads to back pain.
  • Don’t sit up in your bed hunched over your laptop. That’s a surefire recipe for back pain over time.
    If you must sit for a long time, use cushioned chairs. Hard seats won’t support your back and may prevent you from sitting up straight.Use a comfortable desk and chair if you need them while working.

  • Sleep smart. The ideal bed, is one that’s “comfortable for you.” As for the best sleep posture, he says on your side or back is easier on your back than sleeping on your belly. If you’re face down, your head will be turned all night so you can breathe, which can lead to neck pain.
  •  Relax. Back pain can be linked to stress, tension, and other non-physical problems, Robertson says. Massages and acupuncture may help loosen muscles. Yoga, meditation, and other mindfulness practices may help lift your mood, stretch your muscles, and make you relax so you can better manage your back pain.

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