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Cycling is something we all loved doing as kids.
And it’s also a great low-impact exercise that can help you to stay active when you suffer from chronic lower back pain.
So find out how cycling can help you and say “On your bike” to your lower back pain here.Continue reading
Walking is an enjoyable and pleasant activity. However did you know that it is also a great activity for people with chronic lower back pain?
This is because walking regularly can strengthen your muscles and bones, increase circulation, improve your mood, and help you to stay more active and mobile.
So while living with chronic pain is no walk in the park, walking in the park can certainly help!Continue reading
Stretching is one of the best things you can do to fight back against lower back pain.
As by stretching regularly you are lengthening and strengthening your muscles which makes you more flexible and helps you to stay active.
So make stretching a part of your daily routine and don’t allow back pain to stretch your patience.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
Getting a massage can be more than just a relaxing and pleasant experience. It also comes with many health benefits and can be a big help in managing chronic low back pain.
In this article you’ll find out just how massage can help your pain, what the different types of massage are and how you can even massage yourself if the costs of getting a regular professional massage is out of reach.Continue reading
Yoga can increase your flexibility, help you to stay active and keep your back strong and healthy.
So being a poser is great for people with back pain. However there is still a stigma among men in society that stops them from giving yoga a try.
Find out why you need to get over that stigma here.Continue reading
Swimming is a great activity for people with back pain.
As it can increase your fitness levels, reduce pain, and improve your overall health and quality of life.
So take the plunge today if you’re looking for relief from back pain.Continue reading