Getting even a twinge of pain in your lower back can interfere with your day-to-day life. It can slow you down and tempt you to lie on the ground until it subsides. While that sounds like the right idea, it might actually make it worse.
Most doctors are recommending that those suffering from back pain actually be more active. Regular exercise helps keep the spine limber, helps burn extra bodyweight the spine has to carry, and releases pain relieving endorphins. So the next time you feel your back get stiff and sore, do some stretching and go for a light run. For a full article discussing this subject, click here:: Forget the Gizmos: Exercise Works Best for Lower-Back Pain