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Enjoy Working Out? Here's How to Deal With Back Pain From Running

19/03/2013 15:39
It is impossible to deny the benefits of exercise. The downside is that at times back pain can halt a good jogging regimen. For the runners who experience constant back tension, a tough workout sometimes aggravates a stinging cramp and tense spot in the back. The spinal area, joints, and discs near the back can be the cause of injury. If you experience horrible balance or posture, back pain may be even worse. Tension in the joints and discs in the lower back and small of the back are caused by the consistent thumping of the body and feet on a hard unsmooth street. Not all runners experience soreness resulting from their exercise, but for the people who do, it may be a puzzle to understand the cause of the pain. It is important for those who exercise to gain some knowledge about the scope of achiness they possible could be having and if it may be addressed with small modifications to a running routine or if they needs to consult a professional. An advisable method in the treatment...

Stretches to help relieve back pain

13/03/2013 17:52
  If you are experiencing back pain, especially that caused by sciatica, there are several natural ways to relieve it (assuming that the back pain is not chronic nor caused from trauma). Here are some stretches & ideas for eliminating back pain with ease: Gently bring your chin to your chest, slowly. Hold this position. You should feel a stretch in your upper back.   Lay on your back, then pull your knees to your chest. You should be curled up in a ball, but with controlled balance. This gives your lower back a nice stretch and increases flexibility while relieving muscle tension.   Stand with your feet shoulder length apart. Clasp your hands together and bring them up above your head, arms stretching upward. Slowly lean to the left and hold for several seconds, encouraging a stretch on the right side of your body. Repeat on the right side.   Lay on your back with the balls of your feet touching the floor. Move your knees from side to side several...
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What is your preferred method of relieving back pain?

Stretching (109)
93%

Yoga (1)
1%

Massaging (2)
2%

Chiropractics (0)
0%

Traditional Medicine (2)
2%

Homeopathic Medicine (0)
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Physical Therapy (1)
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