Back ache: most people I see never take it seriously until it hits hard to the point of crippling them or seriously changing their life. I see professionals that put up with the back ache until suddenly they found themselves in utter agony. Some of my clients often describe the pain as “a stab in the back”. Usually […]
Back ache: most people I see never take it seriously until it hits hard to the point of crippling them or seriously changing their life. I see professionals that put up with the back ache until suddenly they found themselves in utter agony. Some of my clients often describe the pain as “a stab in the back”. Usually when something like this happens, people will be given painkillers and physiotherapy sessions. However, the back ache may get worse especially if a prolapsed disc causes it.
A prolapsed disc can occur to relatively young individuals who suddenly find themselves under increasing amount of painkillers. Usually an acute episode of back ache improves over times but for many people it can also become a chronic health issue, literally affecting their every day life. Around 4 millions people suffer from chronic back ache in the UK and back ache is the leading cause of long-term sickness and absence at work. The only help pills provide, if any, is easing the symptoms. Unfortunately, they also come with side effects such as weight gain, sleeping problems, tiredness, drowsiness, loss of energy. Some people may at this stage consider surgery. Before you do I advise you to experience a month program of education about back pain (including some diet changes), gentle exercises and relaxation.
Medical research seems to consider that the processing of pain signals is more to blame than anatomic anomalies. I suspect that hormones and neuro-transmitters, which are very affected by stress levels, and diet to some extent, have a lot to account for. Emotional health, which affects the amount of stress ones endure, needs to be addressed for long-term results. More, persistent back aches affects the quality of life so much that people may become anxious and depressed, which worsen further the stress. Understanding the causes of your back ache may significantly help to turn it down, as can exercises, relaxation and achievable goals. For back ache relief, try now alternative solutions.
Aude is an ex corporate Lawyer with a passion for health, self development and independence which lead her to give up her former career to help others through health.
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