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I am 23 years old and male. Since last 5 days I was suffering from back pain. Took pain killer but did not get relief. What can I do?
I am 27 years old male, I have lower back pain. Can you tell me which exercise should I do daily to build muscles on my lower back? It would be big help for me if you can tell some tips. Waiting for your help so I can solve my problem. Thank you in advance.
I am 45 years old suffering from psoriatic arthritis for last 10 years whether there is treatment or not advise me and give the name of doctor near delhi. I am so disturb that sometime I decide to do some abnormal things, please help to get cure from this decease
My right foot heel pains a lot when i get up in morning or when I walk a lot. I had similar problem 3 years back also for which doctors gave medicines and therapy but none helped. Then it disappeared automatically after 1.5 years. Now problem resurfaced. Only thing I know is that I was wearing a tight shoes on the day this problem restarted. What should I do?
Hi, I am rahul das I am asking for my mom she was 55 years old. She have some back pain issue. She used some pain relief spray like volini. But didn't get any relif. What should I do now? (Sorry for bad english)
I have severe pain in my arms. If I sleep on the right side, my upper arms ache so badly. I am unable to move it or do any work. The pain radiates to the neck and back. I have suffered with this for the past month. Change of season makes it worse, also sleeping under the fan. What is the cause and remedy?
Sir, I felt down from the bus last week after I am having severe pain in left knee as per our Dr. advice MRI taken the results are 1.There is edema of subcutaneous plane. 2, small depressed fracture in the posterior lateral tibial condyle. 3, small hairline fracture fibular head, 4, low grade partial thickness tear of anterior cruciate ligament. 5, contusion mucoid degeneration in the posterior horn of medical meniscus. 6, grade 1 sprain of medical collateral ligament. 7, grade 1 sprain of medical and lateral patellar retinaculum. 8, Small knee joint effusion. Please help how to treat this please is there any serious problem please help.
Hi sir I am satveer. I working in It industry last ten years. I have back pain problem last 2 years. I doing regular yoga n gym. What positions can help me.
My father has pain and swelling on his finger joins throughout and happens twice or less or more in a month Uric acid level is below or on border line when tested What may be reason please reply fast.
I am of the age 69 years & I faces with osteoarthritis. LOWER BACK PAIN, I am USING A CREAM BLUE EMMO made in USA. please advice. I am diabetes patient, but that is under control.
Back pain is difficult to treat and easy to prevent. Preventing back pain may be the simplest way to deal with it. In this article, you can find tips for helping to prevent back pain.
1. Exercises and physiotherapy
This is the mainstay of non-surgical treatment of low back pain. Exercises help you prevent as well as cure the back pain. Regular dedicated exercises at home or under the supervision of a physiotherapist help strengthen your muscles and reduced the load on the bones of the spine thus help to reduce degeneration of the spine.
2. Minimize and avoid twisting motions
The use of twisting motions should be carefully monitored, and scaled back or eliminated as appropriate. When lifting heavy objects, twisting should be avoided. When doing heavy work, such as housework, try to keep twisting to a minimum. In other activities, pay close attention to how you are moving your spine, as well as any warning signs such as pain or tightness, that may indicate trouble. Scale back on the twisting according to the warning signs your body gives you.
3. Drink plenty of water
Our bodies are comprised of approximately 70% water. Enough water keeps us fluidic, rather than stiff. Drinking plenty of water enhances the height of intervertebral disks, keeping them the healthy shock absorbers they are. Water is necessary for nearly every bodily process so is good to have in generous supply, at least, 8 glasses per day. It is almost impossible to drink too much water.
4. Live an active life and strengthen your abs
Exercise and activity keep the muscles of the spine strong. The most important muscles to strengthen to avoid back pain are the abdominals. Include stretching in your fitness program to avoid stiffness, which causes pain. Another reason to stay flexible is that stiff muscles are a precursor to injury.
5. Maintain a healthy weight
Maintaining a healthy weight is generally an excellent way to prevent all kinds of diseases and discomforts. For the spine, it avoids compression and loading of the intervertebral disks, prevents postural abnormalities, such as anterior pelvic tilt, and interrupts a sedentary lifestyle, with its accompanying stiff and/or weak muscles.
6. Find the best sleeping positions
Finding a sleeping position that works for you can help you avoid placing unnecessary strains on your back or neck. Doctors tend to vary when recommending ideal sleep positions, so being guided by your comfort levels and using your own judgement are a good accompaniment to his or her advice.
7. Warm up
For those who exercise, and that should be everyone, warm ups are a must. Warm up means 5-10 minutes of light aerobic activity just prior to the exercise session. The purpose of a warm-up is to acclimate the muscles to a more intense activity level gradually enough to prevent injury, and therefore, pain. Recommendations by experts vary as to whether the warm-up period should include stretching.
8. Cool down
The cool down period after an exercise period must include stretching. During cool down, your muscles are still warm from exercising and are very receptive to stretching. Stretching will be less painful during cool down, as well. Stretching relieves muscle tightness, which is one cause of back pain. Stretching also helps to balance the action of muscles, enhancing ideal alignment, and relieving joint strain.
9. Purposely interrupt long periods of sitting
If you sit for long periods of time, force yourself to get up from your chair as much as your work environment will permit. Sitting loads the spine and compresses the disks, leading to disk problems. Slaving over a computer for long periods of time can also cause posture problems, such as kyphosis, and neck problems.