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How Tall, Lanky Folk Can Decompress Their Spines a...

When you’re tall and skinny, your body has a lot of bones and tissue to hold upright. Your back ends up feeling uncomfortable as gravity and daily strain take hold. Don’t rely on painkillers that can be detrimental to your health. Try these basic solutions so that you can decompress your spine and relieve pain. Shore up Your Core Muscles One of the reasons why your back may be in pain is lack of support....

How to Manage Neuropathy and Back Spasms Effective...

Neuropathy and back spasms can be debilitating, causing you to miss out on everyday activities and special events. There are many pain relief products and medications that can help you to manage your symptoms. You can use those pain relief medications and make some changes to your lifestyle in order to achieve a reduction in your pain level. Diet and Exercise  Many people find some relief from neuropathy and back spasms...

Stressed and Strained: 4 Simple Ways to Effectivel...

Chronic back pain can bring your life to a grinding halt and make even the smallest tasks unbearable. If you would like to avoid strong prescription painkillers, then take a look at these natural options for quickly and safely eliminating upper and lower back pain. Actively Change Your Posture Even if bad posture did not cause your back pain, it will definitely make it worse. Whenever you are standing or sitting, you should...

4 Effective Treatments for Lower Back Pain

Are you suffering through each day with aggravating back pain? You are not alone, according to the American Physical Therapy Association, two thirds of Americans experience lower back pain but 37% do not seek professional help or treatment. Don’t allow lower back pain to dictate your ability. Here are a few ways to relieve your lower back pain. Adjust Your Seat According to the American Physical Therapy Association...

Managing Chronic Back Pain

Though an acute injury can be painful and traumatic, it usually resolves itself in a fairly short period of time so you can get back to your normal routine and move on with life. Unfortunately, those suffering from chronic back pain are not so lucky. Being in constant pain for long periods of time can take a toll on your mental as well as your physical well-being, leading to depression, sleep disorders and even disuse...

Treating Back Pain in the Elderly

Older adults, compared to the general population, are in many cases under-treated, even though they are more likely to experience pain. They are often treated with pain medication, but older patients are known to handle pain medication differently than younger people. The risk of side effects is higher, as well as of interaction between pain and other medications one uses on a daily basis. Due to these risks, pain should not...
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