Lower and Upper Back Pain
Have you had back pain recently?
Back pain can make it difficult to sit down or up, or get sleep well. Whether you have upper back pain, lower back pain or back and neck pain, dealing with it can make the day seem to drag on for ages.
If you suffer from back pain, you’re not alone: back pain accounts for a large %of all missed workdays.
But the fact that something is common doesn’t mean it’s normal – pain is a signal that the body has reached its limit or has developed a problem, and just like traffic signals, this signal should be obeyed!
The causes of back pain are varied, but stress often plays a part. Our bodies are bombarded with stress every day, whether chemical stress in the form of ingested or inhaled chemicals and toxins, emotional , mental stress in the form of worry, fear, anger and other thoughts or emotions, or physical stress in the form of overtaxing of certain muscle groups.
A typical day at work includes plenty of all three types of stress: you may sit at your desk, hunched over your keyboard in an unhealthy posture for hours, anxious about meeting a deadline and skipping a healthy lunch in favor of a quick snack of fast food/ junk food.
All of these can take their toll on the body, and soon you find you have pain in your back and possibly elsewhere.
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