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If you have back pain, you are not alone. Back pain has become one of the chronic diseases that affects our normal activities and quality of life. Some even have to see a doctor and miss days at work to get targeted treatment.
Back pain usually develops from an accident and lifting something heavy, and it may get worse as we age. Sitting for prolonged periods of time can also be a major cause of back pain. This is because sitting for prolonged periods increases stress on the back, neck, arms and legs and can add a tremendous amount of pressure to the back muscles and spinal discs. This is the main reason why school-age children and office workers are suffering from back pain. A poor sitting posture will cause the spine to experience even more pressure.
Fortunately, you can take measures to get relief and prevent back pain naturally.
Here are 5 tips to ease and prevent back pain.
Proper exercise will strengthen your back, stomach, and leg muscles, making them fit and flexible, which can help support your spine and relieve back pain. Yoga poses such as cat-cow, downward-facing dog, extended triangle, sphinx pose, cobra pose, locust pose, bridge pose, two-knee spinal twist, and child’s pose will help you gain more awareness of your body and may be useful to ease your pain.
Avoid Prolonged Sitting
According to the Mayo Clinic, 50 to 70 percent of people sit for 6 to 8 hours per day. Sitting causes your hip flexors to shorten, and your seated position can also hurt your back, particularly if you have a bad posture. Try to take breaks for at least 1 minute every half an hour if you can. You can move around, stretch your body, and relax. Set your phone to beep every 30 minutes to remind you when it’s time to move.
Improve Your Posture while sitting
Also, poor posture while sitting can cause the discs in your spine to become compressed and can lead to premature degeneration, which results in chronic pain. When seated, keep these tips in mind to develop a good posture:
--Sit up with shoulders relaxed and back straight;
--Sit your back to the back of your chair to support your spine;
--Keep your hips slightly above knees;
Get Enough Sleep
High-quality and restorative sleep is beneficial to the body’s healing process, including stimulating cell reproduction, cell regeneration, and clearing damaging toxins. When you sleep, your body does a lot of important things. It is suggested that most people should sleep 7 to 9 hours a night.
Stress is the body's reaction to reality, including unpleasant situations or thoughts. Did you realize that stress may cause or worsen back pain? When you feel stressed, there are chemical reactions taking place internally to protect you from harm, and there is an involuntary tightening of your muscles, which usually occurs in the neck, shoulders, and down the spine. Prolonged tension in these areas can lead to back pain, especially lower back pain. Reducing stress and managing emotions may help prevent you from getting back pain.
Protecting your lower back involves taking measures to avoid direct injury, preventing indirect trauma, and controlling the progression of a problem that may have already occurred.
What can healing frequencies do?
By using the frequencies, the pain in your lower back will be largely relieved, and the negative energy in your body will be eliminated. After listening to these frequencies on a regular basis, you may feel more relaxed and less stressed, and more importantly, this will help restore normal function to your body’s systems to keep your body in a healthy and steady state.
For good health, it is recommended to drink at least 2 liters of water and listen to 15-20 minutes of frequency 2-3 times per day. Headphones are not required but using it can help enhance your listening experience. The volume can be adjusted according to your personal preference. We recommend maintaining a moderate volume at a comfortable level to prevent any hearing damage. You can relax and listen with your eyes closed or have your eyes open whilst doing other activities. Start enjoying your healing journey today.
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