15 EASY NATURAL WAYS AND REMEDIES FOR LOWER BACK PAIN RELIEF

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Back pains used to be a thing for the elderly, but not anymore. Young people are now reported to suffer the same predicament. This could be due to their jobs or their sedentary lifestyle. Natural remedies for back pains are therefore worth having a look at.

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1. HEAT THERAPY

HEAT-THERAPY

Put either hot packs or warm cushions on your lower back. Keep them there for at least 15 to 20 minutes. This will help to gradually alleviate the pain.

2. WATER THERAPY

Water Therapy

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This is perfect for pregnant women and also for the sedentary. Exercising in a swimming pool will alleviate the lower back pains in a very gentle way.

These Simple remedies help you to be active as you move about in the water. These exercises strengthen your muscles helping you avoid recurrences of back pain. It’s best when the back pains are too intense.

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3. WHITE WILLOW BARK

WHITE-WILLOW-BARK

This is an herb that contains salicin. When induced into your body, salicin is converted into salicylic acid.

This is what is contained in aspirins and is responsible for relieving pain. Just use to make tea and you’ve got yourself your own natural aspirin.

4. EXERCISE

Exercise

Most of the back pain cases today are attributed to a sedentary lifestyle rather than old age. It’s therefore very necessary to work out your body to avoid this. Even after relieving lower back pain, lack of exercise will bring you right back to the same situation.

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5. AVOIDING SITTING FOR LONG HOURS

AVOIDING SITTING FOR LONG HOURS

After sitting down for a 30-45 minutes or so, take a little break. Walk around and stretch. You should also be very mindful of your sitting posture. Avoid by all means slouching and slumping.

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