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Back Pain Remedies

September 27, 2019 3 min read

Back pain is one of the most common medical problems, affecting 8 out of 10 people at some point during their lives. Back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed worked and the second most common reason for doctor visits. It can range from a dull, constant ache to a sudden, sharp pain. Back pain is considered chronic if it lasts longer than 3 months. It could include lower back pain, middle back pain, upper back pain or low back pain with sciatica.

Different causes of back pain:

1. Spine related problems 2. Herniated or slipped discs 3. Degenerative disc disease 4. Spinal Stenosis 5. Accidents or injuries 6. Sprains or strains 7. Spasms 8. Arthritis or Osteoarthritis Depending on the source of your back pain and its severity, you might try a few alternative remedies for back pain to help ease the pain until your back returns to normal.

Here are 10 options to consider:

1. Exercise – Helps build strong, flexible muscles that will be less prone to injury. Being active also releases pressure on your disks, and that can help you feel better. 2. Acupuncture – One of the best alternative therapies for back pain, it is especially helpful if you have muscle spasms or nerve related pain. 3. Massage – A excellent form of therapy to release tightness in your muscles. 4. Chiropractic care - Getting spine adjustments from a chiropractor or other professional can reduce back pain. It a good choice if you don’t have nerve pain or damage. 5. Vitamin D - Bone pain and lower back pain may be signs of inadequate vitamin D levels in the blood. 6. Anti-inflammatory Herbs – White Willow bark acts a lot like aspirin, so it is used for pain, including headache, muscle pain, menstrual cramps, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis, or gout. 7. Magnesium - may reduce pain and improve mobility in people who have chronic lower back and nerve pain. 8. Yoga - Yoga is a mind-body therapy that’s often recommended to treat not only back pain but the stress that accompanies it. The appropriate poses can relax and strengthen your body. 9. Eat an anti-inflammatory diet - green leafy veggies, carrots, beets, sweet potatoes, good fats such as avocados or nuts. 10. Aquatic therapy – It is essentially physical therapy, but in a pool. Water exercise is used in therapeutic settings to mobilize joints, increase range of motion and to develop balance and stability. Often, back pain is a result of a minor injury or overuse of the back muscles. This will usually get better over time and heal faster with treatment. If a person has back pain as well as other symptoms, such as fever, numbness, foot drop, or if it occurs after an accident, see a doctor. As a result, to assist with back pain, Benefab’s Therapeutic Blanket would be another perfect alternative therapy. The fabric emits far-infrared rays keeping muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments supple and relaxed. It also helps harmonize bodily functions safely and naturally stimulating recovery time, promoting blood circulation, increasing oxygen flow, and ultimately reducing pain and stiffness. Read this wonderful review! “I suffer from a chronic lower back injury and for work, I have to sit in a desk chair every day. This became very aggravating after about 3 months of working there and I started experiencing more extreme pain in my lower back, so I decided to try out the blanket. Now I drape it over my desk chair and sit on it every day. I have seen so much improvement it is unbelievable! Now I have no pain in my lower back, it does not bother me to sit in my chair all day and I even feel as if it has helped me with other daily activities that aggravated it before. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!” - Elizabeth Davidson


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