The birth of a baby is good news for everyone in the family. All members of the family make sure they congratulate the mother for a safe delivery. However, the joy of childbirth may be dampened if the mother experiences minor back pain after pregnancy. Unless the pain is severe, there are a few things that a mother can do to reduce the back pain.Read More
Living with chronic back pain can be a struggle. Constant aching takes its toll on your body, as well as your mind. Understanding your back pain, however, can lead you to discover remedies that alleviate discomfort and lead you to a happier life. Back pain can be brought on by a number of daily activities, including work, parenting, sports, or even a simple misstep while walking. As a result, Americans collectively spend upwards of $50 billion each year on treatment.Read More
A day in the life of a working mom can be backbreaking, both literally and figuratively. Whether you spend hours sitting at a desk working on a computer or picking up toddlers it can be punishing to your back. Minor muscle aches and pains and stress seem to come with the territory, but they shouldn’t be ignored no matter how busy you are. Postponing doing something about minor back pain could land you flat on your back.Read More
Few things can negatively impact your well-being quite so thoroughly as chronic back pain. Constant pain strongly correlates with a number of health issues, including stress, high blood pressure, depression, insomnia, and countless other ailments, so it’s vital that you get your back pain under control as soon as possible - for your health as well as your peace of mind.Read More
The first step to back pain relief is identifying the source of your aches and ailments—the back is complex, with lots of important, delicate moving parts. It doesn’t take much to throw it out of whack. So consider these three common sources of persistent back pain, and see if any sound familiar to you.
1. Poor sleep quality. Not getting good enough sleep can have dozens of side effects, not least of which is back pain.
Stories and statistics about poor health arising from or connected to back issues abound in modern society. Indeed, it has been suggested that as many as 80% of Americans will experience back problems at some point in their lives. [http://www.acatoday.org]
For years, you had two choices: put up with the pain, or opt for expensive, invasive surgery. Now, however, more and more people are turning to yoga for back pain. The ancient art of yoga is a form of palliative that is still effective for our musculature and health problems today. In this blog, we’re going to look at some of the most effective yoga poses for back pain.