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Tips to manage back pain for Professionals

Back pain is an extremely common ailment that affects most of us. There are a lot of factors that promote back pain, such as, sitting for long hours, no physical activity, etc. However, back pain is more than just an annoyance. If not treated properly, it can turn into a serious ailment. With these home-remedies and tips, you can beat that pain and live freely.

Get moving

When you are experiencing pain, you might think lying down will do you good. But, unfortunately, that will only increase your pain. Keep moving and do mild stretching. This will benefit you and you will see a significant decrease in the pain. Also, you must incorporate regular exercises in your routine. If you don’t want to hit the gym, there are several exercises you can do at home, such as yoga, walking or mild stretching exercises, to begin with. This will not only help you get rid of the pesky back pain, but it will also keep you healthy and improve your posture. After all, as they say, ‘health is wealth.’

Stretch it

If your work involves you sitting in the same position for a long time, then make sure to take a break of 20 or 30 minutes and do some stretching for 2-3 minutes. And, if you are someone who is standing most of the time, even you need to take a break every 20 or 30 minutes and stretch by bending forward and sideways to help relax your muscles. You must also use supportive shoes to prevent any pain. When you stretch, it also helps improve your flexibility and promotes muscle health.

Say No to poor posture

We are all guilty of slouching and maintaining a poor posture. But, did you know? Poor postures lead to back, neck and shoulder pain, and sometimes even headaches. So, from now onwards, make sure you maintain a proper posture whenever you sit, stand and even when you are lifting something.

Avoid Heels

Yes, high heeled shoes are fashionable, but are they good for you? They create tension and stress on your lower back, making way for back pain. However, if you cannot avoid it completely, you can at least keep a change of shoes and ditch the heels whenever possible.

Weight

Being overweight causes a strain and pressure on your muscles and joints, leading to back pain. Therefore, opt for a healthy diet and a good exercise routine to help you keep your weight in check. This way, your muscles, and joints will function properly and you will lead a healthy life.