Common Cause Of Back Pain
Coomon causes of back pain include:
- Poor Posture
- Injury (Sports, Car Accident, Fall, etc.)
- Poor Genetics Or Congenital Disorder (Scoliosis, Spinal Stenosis, Degenerative Disk, etc.)
- Using Improper Lifting Techniques -Obesity -Frail Bone Structure/Osteoporosis/Osteoarthritis -Muscle Weakness/Imbalances
- Lack Of Exercise/Sedentary Lifestyle
- Poor Nutrition
- Stress/Anxiety -Poor Sleep
- Performing A Repetitive Motion That Puts Strain On Your Back
Take a good long look at the list above. Just about everyone who suffers with back pain can relate to one or several if not all of these common causes of back pain. I, personally, can relate to every single one.
And it's ok to have several causes or identifiers of your back pain. The more you can discover, the more weapons you will have to effectively combat and eliminate your back pain for good.
Back pain is similar to a weed. You can't just mow over the top of it and hope you never see it again. You have to find the root of the weed or the root of the problem in order to effectively treat it.
How do you Treat Back Pain?
Well, you need to examine your own lifestyle. I would like you to ask yourself these questions to help determine your cause (s) of back pain:
Questions To Determine Cause Of Back Pain / Circle All 'Yes' Answers
- Do I suffer from a congenital condition or was I born with a spinal condition?
- Do I not pay attention to my posture either sitting or standing?
- Do I not practice good posture either sitting or standing?
- Have I suffered from a recent car accident or fall and subsequently experienced back pain not long after?
- Do I do a lot of heavy lifting or bending over in my job or at home?
- Do I perform an unnatural repetitive motion at work or at home?
- Do I not practice safe lifting techniques?
- Am I 20 pounds or more overweight?
- Do I not eat enough fruits and vegetables?
- Do I not drink enough water? 8-12 glasses per day?
- Do I eat too many sweets and foods containing sugar?
- Have I been diagnosed with osteoporosis or arthritis?
- Do I lead a sedentary lifestyle? Am I a couch potato?
- Am I under a lot of stress? Do I suffer with anxiety?
- Do I have trouble sleeping?
Of course, these are just a handful of questions you could ask yourself to discover the root cause(s) of your back pain. Please circle the questions that have a 'Yes' next to them if you have not already.
Take a good look at the questions you circled. This method is not foolproof but it is a great way to see all the potential causes or root origins of your back pain. You should see the things you need to improve in order to help you live free of back pain.
Once you know or at least have some idea of the cause(s) of your back pain, then you can delve deeper into the plethora of ways to combat and eliminate it once and for all.
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