Low Back Pain, You’re not the only one
Low Back Pain
You're not the only one
Low back pain (LBP) is very common and reported by 80% of people at some time in their life but a lot of people just live with the pain. Many a times, LBP is not serious and will usually get better with rest and movement.
For everyday causes of lower back pain, standard at-home pain management is a reasonable approach. In fact, most cases of lower back pain are caused by a muscle strain and will get better relatively quickly and do not require treatment from a medical professional.
However, it may be serious, if you are suffering with pins & needles, numbness, referred pain, extreme pain, headaches, problems with speech, vision or hearing please seek medical help immediately.
There are things you can do to help relieve the common back pain. But sometimes the pain can last a long time or keep coming back. If pain has lasted longer than one or two weeks, or begins to interfere with your mobility and daily activities, you should seek help from a trained medical professional for quick relief and recovery.
Quick Tips to keep back pain away
1. Movement - Exercise regularly
2. Keep posture in mind
3. Have a good night's rest
4. Keep your back supported
You could find some very easy and convenient exercises for your back in the office setting