What to do if you have Back Pain

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What to do if you have Back Pain

If you’re one of the millions of people who suffer from back pain, you’re not alone! Back pain is one of the most common complaints amongst adults. The good news is there are several things you can do to help reduce the discomfort and get some welcome relief.

A strong and healthy back is key to leading an active and pain-free life. Every day, we use our backs to get up in the morning, bend down, stand, and sit. We don’t realize how much we rely on using our back until something goes wrong with it. There are many people who suffer from lower back discomfort, particularly in the lumbar spine area. This discomfort can really inhibit a person’s movement and prevent them from doing daily activities. The pain can range from acute to chronic, with some people resulting to taking pain killers and muscle relaxers to ease the pain. In more severe cases, there are people who need surgery.

Thankfully, most back pain cases won’t result in surgery and may just need some time to rest. Resting, using warm compresses, and over the counter creams and medications usually suffice for temporary back pain. Especially if it is just a bruise, strain, or sprain, applying some LidoSpot® will do the trick. The pain will eventually go away on its own in a couple of days. But if back pain does happen more often for you then you might want to consider physical therapy. Going to physical therapy will strengthen your back muscles and improve flexibility. They do this by planning out targeted exercises to strengthen muscles in the lower and upper back. Strong back muscles provide more support and stability for the spine.

Back pain can be a real burden, but the good news is that in many instances it’s not a serious problem and can be managed with plenty of rest. Painkillers and muscle relaxers may help, as may creams, warm compresses, and other over-the-counter medications. Physical therapy is also useful in building strength and flexibility and improving range of motion. If you want some additional help managing minor back pain, don’t forget to consider LidoSpot® – an easy way to treat temporary back pain without the trouble or stress of prescription drugs.

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Article written by William Graves.