Wednesday, December 2, 2015

How to Relieve Sciatica and Low Back Pain?

A lot of people suffers from back pain or sciatic nerve pain specially once you get older. And about 10% of the population suffers from lower back pain. Popping pain relievers is not good since it can be addictive.

In most cases, people blamed lifting of a heavy load have caused their back pains. Sports, accidents, poor posture, obesity, stress, and living a sedentary lifestyle can also cause back pains.

If you experience back pains experts believes that 80% of the time it will resolve on its own within 2 to 4 weeks, even without treatment. But you can always speed up your recovery.

You can try natural stuff that are anti-inflammatory:

Ginger - it has anti-inflammatory properties. Use fresh ginger, steeped in boiling water as a tea or grated into vegetable juice.
Curcumin - use by osteoarthritis patients as treatment to reduce pain and increased mobility.
Boswellia - boswellin or "Indian frankincense," contains anti-inflammatory properties.
Bromelain - found in pineapples, it has anti-inflammatory properties.
Evening primrose, black currant, and borage oils - contain the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid (GLA), which is useful for treating arthritic pain.
Cayenne cream - it comes from dried hot peppers.

To relieve Sciatic Nerve Pain:

Sciatic Nerve Pain - is a very painful kind of back pain that results when your sciatic nerve gets pinched in your lower back. The pain is typically felt as originating in your buttock, radiating down your thigh. Try this exercise below to relieve  Sciatic Nerve Pain:

Sciatic Pain Exercise
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