Coffee For A Bad Back?

July 20th, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  A question often arises on whether it is advisable to have coffee for a bad back? The answer is yes. Doses of caffeine cause stimulation of the receptor cells in the nerves responsible for reducing the pain according to Norwegian researchers from the highly regarded research facility at the University of Oslo. In their experiment, those who had coffee before sitting at work for long periods did not experience  Read more...






Relief While Sleeping

July 1st, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  Although there are a number of options for relief while sleeping, consulting a physiatrist may help in restricting the inflammation. A physiatrist is concerned with restoration of functional disability in people affected with spinal injury. A few things may be advised for keeping proper sleeping postures, but using pillows between the knees, under the legs, and on the chest will allow undisturbed sleep for those who sleep on their  Read more...






Back Pain Myths

June 25th, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  There are certain back pain myths, that many people assume are gospel. No exact and proven cause for spinal soreness has been established, although billions of dollars are being spent each year. There are some common claims which underlie the causes of back soreness, such as bulging discs, vertebrae fracture, stenosis, spinal curvatures, pelvic tilts, and leg length asymmetry according to this article. Lack of core strength is also  Read more...






Ways To Get Rid Of Pain

May 5th, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  There are proven methods of alternative treatment for ways to get rid of pain, which doesn’t involve the use of drugs and invasive methods of treatment. Light to moderate exercises such as walking, stretching and swimming, combined with application of heat on the affected areas can provide substantial relief. Applying ice after exercise is also advocated as a part of hot and cold plus exercise cycle.   Lose extra  Read more...






Sex And Back Pain

April 25th, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  What if you can make your sexual life more pleasant by understanding that there are ways to tackle sex and back pain through finding the compatible positions that will allow you to satisfy your partner, and at the same time prevent any recurrence of the back pain affecting you. According to this article, just do some Pilates or Yoga before sex to prevent any neoromusculoskeletal impairment. Trying different sexual  Read more...






Lower Back FAQ

December 24th, 2012 Posted in Pain in the back

  Everyone should be aware of what to do in the case of lower back pain. Some lower back FAQ will help in taking proper decisions, and follow the right method of treatment for pain. Knowing the symptoms is essential to determine whether the pain is acute or chronic. It is necessary to have knowledge about natural home remedies and use of anti-inflammatory drugs including when to visit the doctor,  Read more...






Natural Back Pain Relief Tips

December 15th, 2012 Posted in Prevention

  Following some natural back pain relief tips, you can stay away from the discomfort of acute and chronic pain according to this article. These natural home remedies include avoiding sitting for long periods, using heating pads for fomentation, taking fresh Ginger pieces, and decoction of Basil leaves.   Take foods that are rich in vitamin C, such as Strawberries and Tomatoes, and take honey mixed with warm water in  Read more...






Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction During Pregnancy

December 2nd, 2012 Posted in Prevention

  Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction during pregnancy is common in women aged between 20 and 40 years who already have children. The cause of this complication is the secretion of a hormone, which causes relaxation of the ligament of the SI joint, which in major cases is irreversible. Other reasons may be a fall on the buttocks, vehicle accident, or injury sustained while lifting something. Women are prone to experience minor  Read more...






High Heels Cause Back Pain

November 30th, 2012 Posted in Prevention

  This article considers why continuously wearing high-heeled shoes may put women at greater risk of developing lower back pain. Although the legs may look beautiful and sexy, high heels cause back pain. It results in a shorter Achilles tendon, as a result of which even changing to flat shoes does not help in fully touching the ground with the heels. The ankle joints are affected after being in a  Read more...






Back Pain Relief For Women

November 22nd, 2012 Posted in Lower back relief

  Back pain in women is mainly due to sporadic activities, injury due to accident, or it can occur during pregnancy. Carrying too heavy a weight, stooping down to mop up the floor, and doing other household chores in an improper posture can lead to back pain. Women are prone to back pain during pregnancy due to carrying extra weight, and at some time due to sitting for long periods.  Read more...







You might also like: