Why Is My Back Pain Not Going Away?

Back pain can make any day hard and it could keep you from doing your daily work. Anyone can be a victim of pain along the spine, which can come in different intensities, and affect different regions of the back. But whether you suffer from mild pain, or even severe pain, there are treatment options that can still be helpful.

Sometimes, the pain is there only for a while, and it subsides at some point. However, there are times when the pain just won’t go away. If you are suffering from such pain, often referred to as chronic pain, there could be one or more reasons why this pain is not going away.

Lack of Movement

One of the major reasons why your back pain still persists is that you are not moving. It is understandable why you might want to stay in bed the whole day because you are worried that moving would make the pain worse.

However, there are many studies that point to the fact that mobility will not worsen the pain if you are doing it right. With mild exercises at home, you can get rid of the back pain.


If the spinal region is inflamed, the pain could last for a long time. The pain can also progress and move from one region from another – for example from the upper back to the lower spine. You might experience stiffness in movement and have trouble getting up from bed in the morning. This is common in pelvic and spinal arthritis.

Bad Posture

This is another reason for back pain, although most people fail to consider it when they are trying to figure out a reason for their pain.

Most of the time, when you are working, you are hunched over your laptop or perched on your work desk for hours. This could surely lead to excruciating back pain as soon as you get up from that posture.

Lack of Rest

Another reason for the pain increasing and not subsiding is the lack of rest. A lot of people try to ‘toughen up’ and not pay any attention to their pain.

Sometimes, back pain could get worse with activities such as lifting weights, climbing the stairs and running a lot. There are certain stretches that can help in alleviating pain for such patients, but intense activity is not suitable at all.

THE SOLUTION - Go Unconventional

While conventional means for pain management and relief are the first thing that would pop up when you ask your doctor, or even a spine specialist for advice about back pain or try to search it online, it does not mean that you always have to take this route.

There are numerous tips to relieve back pain, but for many of them, the pain comes back after some time.

Additionally, conventional treatments often include invasive treatments such as injections, or even surgery, which might even make existing pain worse.

Instead of getting temporary pain relief, you should find a way to treat the cause of back pain.

A way to get relief from persistent pain across your spine is to perform Backrack exercises.

Backrack Spinal Decompression Device

The Backrack is an orthopaedic device that uses patented technology to safely and effectively decompresses your spine, providing long-term relief and prevention from back pain. On top of relieving pain, it helps with posture correction and helps improve spinal range of motion. It is 100% natural, comfortable, and free from side-effects. Thousands of people already live pain-free thanks to it, so why not be one of them?

Spine pain may occur on its own, or it can be accompanied by other symptoms. Very often, people experience pain and stiffness, as well as reduced range of motion together.

Because the Backrack addresses the root cause of spinal problems, it can help relieve pain associated with a wide range of conditions that cover all three major regions of the back. Some examples include relief from sciatica, lower back pain, neck pain, compressed vertebrae, compressed nerve roots and others. The Backrack is highly effective when it comes to both acute pain and chronic back pain (especially chronic low back pain).

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