Back Pain

Back Pain
Definition:

Back pain may be a symptom of a medical condition and not a diagnosis. it's ache, pain, tension that affects the muscles or bones of the rear from the bottom of the neck to the hips.


Management:

You will need enough space to lie on the floor, a gym mat or a soft spot, a small towel, a rope, or a belt, and ten minutes a day.

Low look: Lie on your back with your right leg straight. Hold your left knee to your chest with your hands behind your thigh. Hold for ten seconds. Repeat on the other side.

Side of the hip stretch: Lie on your back with your right leg straight down. Bend the left leg up to the chest. Hold the left knee with both hands and pull the leg up and down the body towards the right shoulder. Feel the stretch out of your left hip. Hold for ten seconds. Repeat on the other side.

Front of the body lightener: Lie on your stomach with your hands under your shoulders, and your elbows bent. Push to raise your arms/chest by stretching your arms as far as you can while keeping your hips against the floor/floor. Hold for ten seconds, then remember to breathe.

Ahead of the hip stretch: Kneel down with a towel with your left knee and place both hands on your right thigh and bend in front of you. To keep it straight, move the hips forward until you feel a stretch in front of the upper left thigh. Do not allow the right knee to pass the right foot. Hold for ten seconds. Repeat with the other leg.

Back of thigh untightened: Lie on your back. Put a folded towel under your lower back. Keep your legs straight. Put a rope or belt around the heel of the right leg and gently lift the straight leg until you feel it stretch out behind the thigh. Hold for ten seconds. Repeat with the other leg.

Full background: Lie on the floor with heels near the buttocks. And gently lift the buttocks and lower back down to the thighs and back to the straight line. Hold for ten seconds, then remember to breathe.

Lower back strengthening: Lie on your back on your knees with your heels close to your buttocks. Reach hands between thighs. You inhale and gently bend your head and shoulders until the shoulders drop to the floor. Hold for ten seconds.

Abdominal position: Lie down on the left side with legs bent at the waist and knees. Raise the head over the shoulder until the left shoulder leaves the floor. Hold for ten seconds. Repeat on the other side.

Total back strengthening: Lie down, arms outstretched. Exhale and gently lift the shoulders and chest to the enemy/floor. Hold for ten seconds, then remember to breathe.

A tip to lower back release: Lie on your back with your knees bent, your heels close to your buttocks, your shoulders relaxed, and your arms outstretched at the sides. Slightly lower your left knee, then gently bend your hips and lower your back. Hold for ten seconds. Repeat on the other side.


Homeopathic medicines

Arnica: This medicine helps any sort of backache that comes on after a back injury or overexertion. The pain gets worse with motion. The patient feels better when the person lies down and rests.

Ledum: Useful when the person experiences stiffness within the back, especially after sitting still for an extended time. Back pain becomes worse in the dark.

Mag Phos: Helps sharp pains within the back that recover from warmth and pressure.

Rhus tox: Here is pain that comes at beginning of a motion but gets better with continual motion. Pain feels as if the rear is broken.

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