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Jan 2017

3 Yoga Poses To Alleviate Back Pain

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Yoga offers a wide range of benefits that support your long-term health and performance. For individuals who suffer from back pain, yoga can be a powerful tool that gives them the relief they’ve been looking for. Yoga exercises improve strength and flexibility. These work to provide the stability and mobility that reduces muscle tension and decreases stress on the joints of the body. The following are 3 yoga poses to alleviate back pain. Learning how to do them correctly and using them on a regular basis can help you live a pain-free life. Cat And Cow The Cat and Cow is one of the most well known yoga poses. It’s easy to do and is helpful in alleviating back pain. It can be used as a warm-up exercise or as part of your routine. Begin by placing yourself in a four-point position where your hands and knees are on the…

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Back pain can really mess up your life. It limits your mobility and can make life miserable. There are many different types of back pain with many different causes and possible cures and treatments. One common solution for various back problems is surgery, but depending on the type of pain and injury, some people can avoid surgery and explore less invasive therapeutic options instead. Surgery is hard on your body and may require a painful recovery, and can even be…

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Whether you lead an active or a more sedentary lifestyle, you may find that back pain is giving you problems while sitting, exercising, or sleeping. Depending on the severity of your back pain, you may need to visit a doctor, chiropractor, massage therapist, physiotherapist, or acupuncturist. There are some ways to treat your back pain at home (other than medicating!). Before we get into the stretches, here are some quick tips to help you before, after, and during your stretches:…

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Everyone can suffer from aches and pains in different parts of the body, but lower back pain is one of the most common annoyances to suffer from. Back pain can be caused due to many factors including the way you sleep and the type of job you do to name a few. You always hear that the natural way is the best way, so here are a few natural ways to keep your lower back pain under control. Good posture…

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Do you ever wake up and have major back pain? You aren’t the only one. Back pain can be caused by a variety of things including bad posture, working and living conditions, body trauma or accidents, and sleeping positions to name a few. In this fast-paced world we live in, it is easy to put your back pain on the back burner but it doesn’t need to be this way.  You can set aside 10-15 minutes a day to help…

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