Three easy ways to fight back pain at home

Back pain can make everything feel more difficult, and when it is severe, it can even prevent you from being as active as you’d like. There are all kinds of reasons why people experience back pain, and all different muscles and areas in the back that can be affected. With some problems like sciatica, the pain can also affect other parts of the body like the legs and feet, and upper back pain can cause headaches and neck pain, too. If you are experiencing back pain that isn’t severe enough to seek medical help with, but is causing you trouble, then here are three easy ways to get some relief at home:

Heat Pads

When the pain is muscular, heat can do a lot of good. Soaking in a hot bath can provide some relief, but obviously this isn’t always practical. Heated pads designed for use on aching muscles can make a lot of difference, and you can even get pads designed to be worn under your clothing which you can use at work, as well as electric pads you can use when you are at home or even in bed. Another way you can use heat to help with the pain is to use heating creams like Deep Heat, that can give the same effect even in deep back muscles and help you feel better.

 

Spinal Backrack

The Spinal Backrack, which you can find at spinalbackrack.com, is a product designed by Bohdan Luklinski, Harley Street spine specialist, which is designed to be used for at home back pain relief. It is easy to use, and helps with problems in all different parts of the back, including pain caused by herniated discs. If you have sciatica it can not only relieve the pain but also prevent it from returning if you use it as recommended. This is much cheaper than getting massages or seeing a chiropractor, and you can use it by yourself any time you need to. The Spinal Backrack is designed for people of all ages with all different back problems, and can also help with mild back pain and muscle stiffness caused simply by working all day at a computer.

Stretching

Sometimes, back pain like sciatica can be caused by tightness in the muscles, which can occur from spending too much time sitting down, having bad posture, and various other reasons. A good way to alleviate this kind of pain is to stretch out these muscles daily. There are lots of different stretches designed to help different back problems, and there are ones that can be done standing, sitting or lying down, so even if you have mobility issues you should be able to find a stretching regime that can help you. For best results, do your stretches for 30 seconds or more each, two or three times a day.

These are three easy ways to try and tackle your back pain at home, without using painkillers or getting professional massage therapy.