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How to Care for a Sore Back after Pulling a Painfu...

Pulling a muscle in your back can result in days, weeks or months of chronic pain. If it is not properly dealt with, you could cause injuries to other parts of your body as it tries to compensate for the back injury. Fortunately, there are easy ways to care for your back after pulling a muscle. Alternate between Heating and Cooling the Injured Area  Applying heat to an injured muscle will help it to relax, which can...

Exercises to Improve Back Strength and Flexibility

All of us have our fitness motivations and goals that we strive to obtain through fitness regimens, diet, and more. Some are looking to improve their overall health while others want more defined and chiseled body parts, and still others merely want to improve one part of the body. No matter what your fitness focus is, you should always make time to improve overall from your core and back. One of the core components of our...

4 Techniques or Products to Prevent Back Pain

You suddenly feel a nudge on your lower back, your first instinct might be that it’s nothing to worry about and ignore it. Don’t, this is the first sign of your body trying to tell you that something is wrong with your back. Back pain is actually normal, most people go through this but not all do something about it because they believe that this will go away on its own. Some cases this is true but not all so you have to...

5 Things You Can Do Now to Prevent Back Pain Later

They may not put it so lightly, but people with chronic back pain will tell you it’s not a fun situation. Chronic or even occasional back pain can be an energy zapper and affect almost every aspect of day-to-day life. Those without back pain should consider themselves lucky, but it doesn’t take luck to prevent back pain down the road. Here are five things you can do right now that will help you prevent back pain...

5 Easy Ways to Manage Low Back Pain at Home

Back pains are a common condition that affects many people with increased age. In the United States, statistics show that this condition will affect about 85% of the entire population at some point. There are many causes of back pains. However, most back pains and especially lower back pains develop and are contributed by the lifestyle. This is the main reason joint pains are hard to deal with in normal circumstances. Unless...

Back Aches: Six Spine Stretches You Can do at Your...

Back pain is experienced by a lot of people, especially those who are getting older, who sit at a desk for long periods, and others who may be victims of unhealthy habits. Different types of back pain can manifest as just a dull ache, or sometimes as a sharp, disabling pain. What to Do for Back Pain Usually when your backs start to ache, you feel the need to stretch your body to get rid of it. For most, stretching to...
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