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It’s easy to dismiss the few extra pounds you’re carrying as the cause of your back pain since it’s your own body weight, but the body needs to work hard to support and move itself every minute of the day. The more weight you’re carrying, the harder the body works. As an example, when you walk up stairs you... Read all »
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An uncomfortable sleeping surface also keeps the back muscles tense and tight throughout the night so they’re sore and stiff the next day. It’s also not unusual for women to overuse their back muscles or use them incorrectly; they may use them when lifting heavy objects or keep poor posture throughout the day so... Read all »
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If you notice that you have back problems from sitting all day, consider a few tips for keeping yourself free from aches and pains.
Stretch as Often as Possible
The muscles often get cramped and sore when blood is not able to flow freely. When you sit, the back muscles are tensed in order to support the upper... Read all »
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Because back muscles are used for so many tasks and to support your body in so many ways, it’s not uncommon to have back stresses and strains. People often don’t use their back muscles correctly and may cause strains by lifting heavy objects, by using their back muscles during a workout routine, or by slouching... Read all »
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Symptoms of Back Pain include
Slight muscle ache
Shooting of stabbing pain in the back
If a person suffers from back pain for more than three days then it is called Chronic Back pain. It is often progressive and the reason is hard to determine.
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We know this as minor pain that would normally not elicit a pain response in a normal person is able to cause severe pain in a person who is suffering with fibromyalgia. The pain that these people can experience is also known to be worsened by stress, lack of sleep or even noise and weather changes.
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