Last week we discussed how Oxygen consumption, stem cell quality and the ant inflammatory responses react with age. These three factors of aging are all manipulable by exercising. The science behind it combined with personal experience is enough to make a solid case for physical fitness. The older people you know who maintain physical fitness […]
It cannot be denied that genes play a role in our longevity and how we progress through the aging process. Yet lifestyle may have a much greater impact on how and when we age. Genes in the body control much of the regeneration our cells and tissues undergo. The gene FoxM1B, for example, has been […]
People explain symptoms differently when in pain. This is obvious if you ever read eHealth forum or went on WebMD.com. However, what do you do when trying to explain symptoms to your friend or a health care practitioner who is supposed to fix you? The limitation of explaining symptoms to get relief from those symptoms […]
With onset of spring, everybody starts getting into the groove of weight loss regimens with the ultimate dream of getting lean and fit. It’s quite understandable as well with summer beach bodies being one of the most attractive facets of physical appearance, as well as indicating good health. And then, There’s also the fact that […]
Some time ago, I think 2013 we wrote a post about ergonomic office chairs. I didn’t think about it because this particular office chair looks funny and I thought, “How could that work?” I need a back rest so that I can lay back when I am tired or stressed out. You know what it […]
The magnitude of money expended for lower back pain connected problems is in the tens of billions annually in the US. If you comprise people who have only had one single issue in their life with back pain, then you could state close to 100% of people have been through some low back pain. Traumas […]
For some back pain becomes chronic. It is important to know the difference between acute pain and chronic pain.
A lack of exercise, or uninformed exercise, can lead to serious back pain. If weak core muscles fail to support the spine and it falls out of alignment, or if a muscle imbalance pulls the spine out of alignment, it makes sense that correcting the muscle problem will help to restore alignment and eliminate pain.
Whether or not surgery is part of a viable treatment plan for your back pain depends entirely on the nature and extent of your diagnosed problem. Numerous alternatives exist for people with back pain today, including simple time.
Low back pain can be caused by weak or damaged muscles, discs, ligaments or spinal misalignment. Sometimes the best approach to undiagnosed back pain is to try different treatment plans…….