Over the last 10 years, research has shown that almost half the population in the first world countries has experienced back pain at some point in their life. Back pain may range from a dull, constant pain to a sudden, acute pain that makes it hard for the sufferer to go about his or her daily activities. There are numerous causes of back pain including, minor sprains, injuries or strains, and irritated nerve. The great news is that there are a plethora options available for treating back pain. If you are experiencing back pain sufferer, check out this 5 ways to get rid of back pain.

1.Correct your postureĀ 

Poor posture is one of the main culprits behind back ache. Bad posture can place strain to your muscles and exert pressure to the spine. Over a period of time, this stress can ruin your spinal alignment, leading to constricted nerves and blood vessels, together with problems with joints, discs and muscles. All of these can lead to immense amounts of pain on your back. If you adopt a good posture, you will cure it and also prevent future back problems. Posture correcting exercises are the best way to correct your posture.

These exercises are designed to strengthen the muscles that hold the spine in place. This means you have to always keep your spine muscles in good shape and strengthen them. When sitting, make sure that your back is aligned with the back of your seat and that your shoulders are straight. Also, make sure that both your feet are flat on the ground/floor. When standing, make sure you are standing straight up with your feet about the shoulder apart and your weight dispersed on the balls of the feet.

2.Massage the area

Massage is becoming more widely accepted as a credible treatment for a wide variety of back problems. A number of researches have shown that massage offer numerous health benefits for back pain sufferers. Massage therapy stimulate blood flow to the muscle, which brings nutrition to tissues and muscles. This helps in recovery of soreness from soft tissue injury like muscle strain. In addition, it decreases tension in the muscles, which is why most healthcare providers encourage their back pain sufferers to pursue massage therapy.

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