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I am 25 year old male and have backache for last 2 months. I have used pain relief ointment cream for couple of days but don't relief.
I would like to ask I suffer from lots of pain in my back for last 5 years so kindly give me the treatment of all the trouble going on with me I am so thankful to you.
Sir I have a backpain. When I travel through public bus I suffers from it. Today my question is that how can I get rid of it? Sir please answer my question.
I hav tenderness and pain early morning at the end part of my backbone which is mild during day time what can be the reason.
I am 33 years old woman suffering from lower and upper back pain. Don't have any kids. Got married two years before. X ray report says that there is early spondylosis in T6 to T8, T11, T12, L3 to L5. Consulted ortho doctor. He asked for HLA B27 test and Anti CCP test but nothing came in reports. So he stopped arthritis medicines (Sazo). Taking homeopathy medicine. Have some relief and cannot get it eradicated. Aslo now a day feeling pain in the centre of spine at my waist. Cannot lie down on bed for long time (even for 6 to 7 hours at night), since back becomes stiff and I can feel pain. Kindly help.
If you ask people what the ideal sitting posture is, most if not all will reflexively offer some variation of 'sit up straight at 90. Or keep your back straight.' but the ideal sitting posture is a variable one or constanly changing one.
Frequent changes in sitting position: leaning the seat back while keeping feet flat on the floor, sitting back and propping your legs up on the desk, or crossing your legs. The real goal then should be to prevent any given structure or tissue from bearing the load of sitting for too long, that can be accomplished by regularly shifting position. If you are sitting so rigidly upright that it's effortful, you will be in an unnatural position that will increase the pressure on back and fatigue your back structures.
Finally, do not forget to take some relief from sitting altogether. Roughly once per hour, it is helpful to stand up, gently stretch your arms towards the ceiling, and take a deep breath.