Back Pain Newsletter – New This Week – W03-04 – 2017

back painJust No Back Pain Newsletter – Weeks 03-04 – 2017

 

This week we have interesting info: Did you know that there are wearable monitors that check on your posture, training the muscles to avoid back pain? Also, back pain treatment also needs a change of habits, excess coffee can cause electrolyte imbalance and muscle cramps, crossing the legs can lead to back pain, lower back pain and frequent urination, risks of sitting all day, avoid back pain with a correct walking posture, the best natural muscle relaxers, high heels affect feet, knees and back, learning about degenerative disk disease, natural treatments can replace painkillers, and more.

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Back Pain Newsletter – New This Week – W01-02 – 2017

back painJust No Back Pain Newsletter – Weeks 01-02 – 2017

 

This wweek we have interesting info: Did you know that contrary to the popular belief, joint pain is not related to weather? Also, learning the myths about back pain, preventing what causes back pain, new treatment for arachnoiditis based on stem cells, traditional Japanese treatment for back pain based on rubbing a finger, wearing heels can be less painful by following this advice, exercises for glutes that don’t result in knee pain, yoga is more effective than painkillers when treating chronic pain, learning about degenerative disk disease, “text neck” cases increasing, and more.

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If You Sit All Day, This Workout Is For You – Today’s Tip on Back Pain

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Today we have a useful advice on Back Pain. Check today’s tip.

If You Sit All Day, This Workout Is For You
Sitting all day is part of the job for many of us, but what it does to our bodies? It puts unnecessary strain on the lower back, affects the digestive process, and promotes excess weight, among others. It is suggested to stand up and walk for 10 minutes for every hour of sitting down. However, there are some workouts and stretches that will also help avoiding back pain. More here.

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Study: Poor Diet Can Result In Back Pain – Today’s Tip on Back Pain

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Today we have a useful advice on Back Pain. Check today’s tip.

Study: Poor Diet Can Result In Back Paine
An ongoing study is researching the effect of a poor diet and back problems. A diet high in processed fat and sugar, plus type 2 diabetes can cause degeneration of intervertebral disks due to inflammation. More details here.

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Sacroiliac Joint Related To Prolonged Back Pain – Today’s Tip on Back Pain

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Sacroiliac Joint Related To Prolonged Back Pain
If a patient has had back pain for months, and it does not improve, the cause might be in the sacroiliac joint. It is not easy to diagnose, because the back and hip pain might overlap and be related to it. How can it be detected and treated? More details here.

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Back pain biggest global source of disability

Lower back pain causes more disability around the world than any other single condition, and accounts for a third of work-related handicaps, a specialist journal reported on Monday.

Nearly a tenth — 9.4 percent — of the world’s population has lower back pain, with the prevalence highest in Western Europe, followed by North Africa and the Middle East, and the lowest in the Caribbean and Latin America, a study found. The figure includes children.

Lower back pain also accounts for a third of all work-related disability, according to another investigation.

People aged between 35 and 65 are most at risk, especially farmworkers, which had a fourfold higher probability of lower back pain compared with workers in other sectors.

The data comes from a massive 2010 overview called the Global Burden of Disease, which looked at ill health in 187 countries.

The studies appear in Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, published by the British Medical Association (MBA).

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