How to Relieve “Office Back Pain”

Self-help for back pain in the office-how to exercise and stretch to relieve
The first phase of mild scoliosis, how to exercise to relieve pain?

The data shows that 80% of the United States People will experience non-specific low back pain during their lifetime. In a word, early change and early benefit will know whoever hurts.

Most of the young people spend most of their time sitting in front of the computer screen due to work reasons. Sitting in the wrong posture and sitting for a long time will strain the spine and surrounding muscles, which is one of the first causes of many low back pain.

Main exercise before is running, but running is very limited for the exercise of core muscles. The muscles near the spine do not have enough strength to support the spine, and the flexion of the spine causes the muscles to be in a state of tension. It is easy to produce inflammation over time.

In this case, the usual practice is to take anti-inflammatory painkillers to remove the pain. But the key to avoiding pain again is to strengthen the training of the core muscles so that the muscles can help stabilize the spine. Relieve muscle tension. Nothing else seems to be a good way. If the situation keeps getting worse, when a side bend greater than 60 degrees is caused, only the risky surgery is left. cry. So having said so much, if you have the above bad habit, change one word. If you feel the above faint feeling or have lower back pain, please consult a doctor for a clear disease.

The spine is originally composed of vertebrae. The long side of the spine block indicates the direction of muscle stretching, and the short side indicates the direction of muscle contraction. The ability of muscle stretching and contraction together affects the normal control of posture and functional movement of the back muscles. Therefore, maintaining and maintaining the verticality of the spine is to ensure that the muscles can work normally to the greatest extent. In order to be able to do this, everyone needs to know more about their body, especially the spine, and then can change the posture of the spine through self-correction in daily life.

The following exercise suggestions will focus on strengthening the core muscles, balance and correcting posture. Patients with scoliosis should exercise special care and need to master appropriate skills. Remember, the goal of exercise is to enhance the symmetry of the spine so that the spine can be re-verted again (promote symmetry within the spine to regain trunk alignment).

1. Core strength

The core muscles include abdominal muscles, back muscles, and muscles around the pelvis. These muscles should be vigorously protected around the spine to keep the spine stable. A strong core muscle group will help to do various physical exercises.

2. A sense of balance

The sense of balance is the body’s ability to perceive position, movement and balance in space. Sensors on the skin, muscles and joints constitute the body’s perception ability.

3. Posture

When the posture is correct, the spine will remain strong and stable. However, when the body is nestled or slouched, the muscles and ligaments cannot maintain the body upright and balanced. Incorrect posture can put pressure on the muscles or pull the muscles, causing pain. So ensure the correct posture every day. Don’t feel tired to maintain the correct posture, get used to it naturally.