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Low Back Pain - Fight It With Natural Remedies

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Low back pain it's a serious problem

Low back pain causes more disability than almost other 300 conditions worldwide, according to research from March 2014 at the University of Queensland in Australia. It also found that 1 in 10 people around the world suffering from pain in the lower back. We tell you how you can combat it without using of drugs.

Cause absenteeism

"Back pain is the main reason why it is absent from work in the USA," said Anders Cohen, Hospital of Brooklyn, New York. Men are more likely than women: about 10% of men suffer, compared to 8.7% of women.

How to relieve low back pain

For the treatment of back pain caused by tension or poor posture, a number of non-invasive and without side effects natural alternatives. But if the discomfort does not improve in a few weeks, or is accompanied by fever, chills, or sudden weight loss, you should consult your doctor.

1. Rosemary Oil

A popular home remedy is to prepare an alcohol scrub with 2 sprigs of rosemary and let stand 7 days, then rub the back area. Rosemary essential oil may also reduce pain, and in that sense there are ongoing studies, it is believed could relieve muscle spasms. Source: Natural Standard.

Back pain or low back pain

The type of pain you suffer will depend on the underlying cause of low back pain, which causes these symptoms: it intensifies to lean forward or lifting an object. Prolonged sitting, standing or walking, can also aggravate the pain, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

2. Garlic

In many parts of Latin America is preparing a homemade garlic oil to treat back pain. 10 cloves of garlic and a small bowl of olive oil over low heat fry. It is left to rest and is applied to the painful area. Allowed to act for 2 to 3 hours and then must end with a warm bath.

Low Back Pain Remedies 

What causes this back pain?

May be by disc injuries, spasms, muscle tension, disc herniation, injuries sprains, fractures, accidents and falls. It can also happen for scoliosis, spondylolisthesis, arthritis, spinal stenosis, pregnancy, kidney stones, infections, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, tumors or stress.

3. Cinnamon oil

A warm oil, energizing properties, especially suitable for relieving muscle pain. Blends well with citrus oils such as orange. We recommend always using tree leaf oil and cinnamon bark not because the latter is very irritating to the skin. (Natural Standard).

4. Lavender

One of the most commonly used herbs in the world to cure various ailments. Besides being an effective analgesic, is powerful against stress: relaxes the body and releases tension. There is research that supports these benefits not only the essential oil, but lavender aromatherapy to relieve back pain.

5. Oil Marjoram

Sweet Marjoram has been traditionally used to relieve muscle spasms, according to Natural Standard, so this oil is known as a painkiller if rubbed the area while gentle massage are performed. Other grassroots known to relieve back pain oils are lavender and hyssop.

6. Chamomile

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties is recommended to treat sore lower back. Another benefit is to relax and sedate the nervous system which are associated with low back pain due to stress. Can be used locally oil or make a tea and make warm compresses.

7. Yoga

Many studies support the benefits. "Yoga may provide benefits in the short and long term for those suffering from chronic or recurrent back pain, without any serious side effects," said Helen Tilbrook, University of York, England. Pilates is another technique that can help.

8. Get some exercise or sports

Although it hurts, do not stop doing physical activities. By strengthening the trunk and joints, pain combat. The American College of Sports Medicine advises that you only need 10 minutes a day to perform simple exercises like stretching and neck movements from side to side.

9. Hot or cold compresses

They can relieve stiffness and bring comfort. The heat reduces muscle spasms and pain. The cold helps reduce swelling and numbs the sore area. Using them can provide relief, but does not address the causes of chronic back pain. Source: National Institutes of Health (NIH).

10. Stop Smoking

If you smoke and suffer back pain, stop. Smoking reduces blood flow to the lower spine and causes the spinal discs to degenerate, report the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Another tip is to use specialist or limit low heels high heels.

How do I prevent it?

The best preventive measures against back pain are: maintain a healthy weight if you are overweight or lower. To maintain strong bones, you need to get enough calcium and vitamin D every day. You must also maintain a good, upright posture by standing and avoid heavy lifting as possible. Source: NIH.



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