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    Beat Back Pain With Our Tips


     

    As many as 80% of people will suffer from back pain in their lives, making back pain one of the most complained about symptoms seen by physicians. Back pain can be acute, meaning it goes away in a few weeks, or for some the back pain can be chronic, meaning it lasts longer than 3 months. We have gathered a few tips to help you beat back pain and hopefully get some pain relief.

    Exercise
    Making sure your body is getting enough physical activity is crucial to long term pain relief. When we remain still our muscles get tight which contributes to back pain. Strong muscles help to increase flexibility and help provide the support we need.

    Hot and Cold Therapy
    Hot epsom salt baths can be an effective way to reduce pain. If you don’t have time for a bath, using hot and cold packs are helpful for pain relief. Use ice packs to help numb the pain and heating pads to help soothe the muscles.

    Use Shoe Inserts
    If you have low back, knee or hip pain it may be time to try a shoe insert. These help to cushion your feet as you walk, taking some of the strain off of your joints.

    Stretching
    Gentle stretching daily is a good way to relieve tight muscles and take street off your back. This is especially important for people who sit at a desk or in a car at work all day. Find a few times each day to stop and stretch your back.

    Massage
    Massage helps to release endorphins in your body which blocks pain signals from registering with the brain. Massage also soothes your aching muscles and for many people can help with pain relief.

    Medications
    There are many different kinds of medications that can help manage your pain. Speak to your doctor about what medicines they think are right for your condition. There are many over the counter medications like Tylenol and Advil that also may help reduce your pain.

    Get Enough Sleep
    When you suffer with chronic pain, sleep is an important part of your day. Without proper sleep you run the risk of making your pain worse. Trying relaxation techniques and reducing your caffeine intake can help you get a great sleep every night.


    Beat Back Pain With Our Tips

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