Category Archives for "Why You Get It"

Constipation Causing Back Pain – Are You Feeling The Strain?

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Has going to the toilet become a source of frustration for you?

Constipation is something we all suffer from from time to time. However if you get constipated regularly it could be the thing that is making your back hurt.

The good news is you don’t have to feel the strain while sitting on the throne. Find out how to cure your constipation and keep your back out of pain here.

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Could Driving Be Causing Your Back Pain?

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Driving can be a painful experience especially for those of us that have to do it for a living.

Truckers, bus drivers, taxi drivers and delivery drivers are all at high risk of developing lower back pain. However this pain can even affect regular drivers too, especially on longer drives.

So don’t let back pain drive you mad! Find out why driving is such a cause of lower back pain here.

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Is Your Pillow Causing You Back Pain As You Sleep?

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A pillow causing back pain may sound far-fetched. After all, how can something so soft and fluffy inflict pain?

The truth is that finding the right pillow is vital if you are going to avoid pain in your back, neck and shoulders as you sleep.

Find out how to make sure you are using the right pillow for your preferred sleeping position here.

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Staying Active To Beat Back Pain – The Importance Of NOT Being Idle

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Exercising when you have back pain may seem like a crazy thing to do. And if you have acute, temporary back pain then it probably is.

However if you suffer from chronic, persistent back pain, being physically inactive is the worst thing you can do for it. In fact it can cause you serious health problems.

Staying active on the other hand will keep you fit, strong and flexible, while also making you feel good. All of which will reduce your pain levels and give you a positive outlook that will allow you to be able to manage your chronic pain and improve your overall well-being.

Find out why staying active is so important for us, and what types of exercise you should be doing here.

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