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Back Pain And Yoga

by Abhinav G. Movie Enthusiast
One of the most common complains that people seek help from their medical practitioner is for back pain.

The majority of the people in America have suffered from back pain at some stage in their life.

It is also a fact that over 80% of the people who have sought help for their back pain from their doctor have no actual disorder and are rather incapacitated with their back problems simply because of a lack of suitable exercise and the corresponding pain that comes with a lack of muscle tone and the support that the muscles offer for the back.

In addition many of these people also suffer from tension in the muscles in the area where the pain is present.

Obviously then, a course of yoga exercises will do wonders for their condition and if maintained regularly yoga will reduce the need for medical assistance considerably.
Now there needs to be a word of warning here that you should always see your doctor initially to ensure that there aren't any other factors besides what I have already mentioned that could be causing the back pain. A herniated disk is something that will require professional advice and doing yoga without this advice could cause more problems.

Yoga also helps to strengthen the core muscles of the body such as the abdominal muscles and strength in this area helps to give the back a lot of support that will reduce injury and pain.

Most of the basic yoga exercises will help to strengthen the back and the abdominal muscles that will help to reduce the incidence of back pain however if you are already suffering from back pain you will need to be careful to only do limited exercises with a limited range of movement until you can release some of the tension and stiffness without causing any further inflammation.

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Created on Dec 14th 2020 08:18. Viewed 73 times.

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