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6 Most Ignored Causes Of Back Pain

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Instead of staying still, engage in movement or light physical activity when you experience back pain. Do not ignore chronic back pain issues like herniated disks and spinal stenosis. Fashion accessories like heels and heavy bags, desk jobs, weak back muscles are a few causes of back pain. Also, avoid stress and engage in a 10 minute walk or meditation daily.

Many people complain about back pain on a daily basis. They bend and twist, attempting to get a temporary relief, and most of the times they blame other things that they cannot control. However, very often, they probably know the real cause and ignore it thinking they are unable or are unwilling to fix it.

The truth is that no one should have to live with back pain every day. Many of the causes of back pain can be easily reversed and. These simple fixes leave no excuse for people to complain about their back pain ever again, and can allow them to start living the life that they always wanted.

6 Most Ignored Causes Of Back Pain

Staying Still

Many people think that when they experience a back pain, they should stay in bed and let it heal. This may be true for some extreme cases of back pain from a physical trauma, but normal every day back pain might be better treated with some movements. Those who are suffering from back pain should engage in some light activity, like flexing or stretching to make their muscles relax and keep the mobility in their spine.

Chronic Issues

There are a lot of people who have chronic back issues that they simply live with on a daily basis. The causes of this type of pain can vary, but many people suffer from things like herniated disks and spinal stenosis. Those who have chronic back pain should find out what spinal stenosis treatment is first and learn some methods for preventing the issue from returning. This simple fix can help even those who have been suffering from severe back pain for years finally live a pain free life.

Fashion Accessories

Many women wear high heels on their feet and heavy bags on their shoulders daily. This may seem like a necessity to many women, but these fashion choices could be causing them back pain and other health issues. Every woman’s heels should be under 2 inches if she spends much of the day standing or walking and her handbag should be under 10 pounds at all times to prevent back issues from happening.

Desk-job

Most people, these days, spend their time in office sitting at the desk for 8 hours or more, and then sitting in a car to get home to sit on a couch eventually. All of this sitting can cause back pain and soreness that might seem unbearable to some. Not everyone can have a job that allows them not to sit at a desk all day, thus, those who do work at desks should try to get up at least once an hour to move around and stretch. This simple little break can help anyone reduce the amount of back pain they experience every day.

Weak Muscles

The core muscles, more specifically the abdominal muscles and back muscles that encase the spine, are essential for supporting the spine. If these muscles are weak, a person can experience a lot of back pain and soreness on a regular basis. Everyone should incorporate some core exercises into their regular fitness routine to see an improvement in their daily back pain.

Stress

It is a well-known fact that stress can adversely impact the health of an individual in numerous ways. It may seem silly to some, however, stress can actually cause people physical pain, as well, if left untreated. Many people hold tension in their back, so those who are very tensed or stressed out will often experience some form of back pain. Everyone should have some way to relieve stress every day, whether that is a 10 minute walk or an hour of meditation, each person will have something that will help them relieve stress and live better each and every day.

Dr. Lori L. Shemek
Star Expert

Dr. Lori Shemek is the best-selling author of “FIRE-UP YOUR FAT BURN! and a leading health and weight loss expert. The Huffington Post has recognized Dr. Shemek twice as one of the 'Top 16 Health and Fitness Experts' alongside such names as Dr. Oz and the Huffington Post also recognized her as one of the 'Top 35 Diet and Nutrition Experts' She is also a health expert for the ABC TV show Good Morning Texas.

Dr. Lori L. Shemek
Star Expert

Dr. Lori Shemek is the best-selling author of “FIRE-UP YOUR FAT BURN! and a leading health and weight loss expert. The Huffington Post has recognized Dr. Shemek twice as one of the 'Top 16 Health and Fitness Experts' alongside such names as Dr. Oz and the Huffington Post also recognized her as one of the 'Top 35 Diet and Nutrition Experts' She is also a health expert for the ABC TV show Good Morning Texas.

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correysmith321
correysmith321 5pts

Chronic back issues sure sound pretty painful especially the herniated disc. In fact, a brother of mine is dealing with that has been for almost a week. I'm thinking about maybe taking him to see a therapist but, the thing that has me wondering about is if his health insurance would be able to cover it. http://www.ngainsurancecenter.com/services 

Pratik Baisane
Pratik Baisane 5pts

i am suffering from the same please suggest good medicine

Zubeida Walters
Zubeida Walters 5pts

i had 2 back operations and i was told that i would be crippled by the age of 45 i am now 47 and thank God daily coz i learnt to strenghten my core and became a reiki master who believes firml;y in meditation> i have not had any back aches for yesr brething to it also helps.

Cory Womack Chambers
Cory Womack Chambers 5pts

I have arthritic and pinch nerves in both side of my back. Doctor says I have nerve damage in my back. Sometimes I am good and sometimes I am extreme pain and barley walk.

Alexandra Limones
Alexandra Limones 5pts

I was suffering from pain on my right side especially after passing out in my rest room. Finally after a short stay in the hospital I was referred to pain management. The doctor completed a CT Scan and found that I have severe osteoarthritis, through my neck down to my 4-5 lumbar shifting. I didn't understand what she was telling me other than nothing can be done other than meds. Is there something I missed because that doesn't help either???

Shawn Nelson
Shawn Nelson 5pts

According to this, I should get a new job and exercise. ;)

Johnny Hap
Johnny Hap 5pts

Constipation resulting in bowel pressures..

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Kindly refer to the link :)

Filiz Selvi
Filiz Selvi 5pts

Uc hafdadir cekiyorum almadigim agri kesici kalmadi surmedigim masaj ciremi kalmadi figri olan beni aydinlatsin cok kotu agrilarla yasamak

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Hope you're doing okay now! Take care

Dawn Mecko
Dawn Mecko 5pts

Had and MRI and turned out to be Chronic pancreatitis and was fed by a tube for 4 months. Nearly died. So DO NOT ignore any pain that lasts more than 5 days.

Julie Howard
Julie Howard 5pts

Ya forgot a sprained iliolumbar ligament.

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Refer to the article! will help :) Debra Alick

Mann RJ
Mann RJ 5pts

Kirandeep Kaur Grewal

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Hope you are better now Kay Bailey :)

Sonu Shah
Sonu Shah 5pts

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Kay Bailey
Kay Bailey 5pts

If my back were colour coded right now, it would look like this! My core muscles have gone after c-section, tried to start training and gave myself a blood blister in my eye, it was very attractive!

Edgar Gonzalez
Edgar Gonzalez 5pts

Q alguien me explique en español porfavor, pinche dolor d la parte baja d la cintura me molesta mucho y no puedo levantar pesado es lo peor