7 moves that can help to beat back pain - Better Health Solutions

7 moves that can help to beat back pain

How are you dealing with your recurring back pain? I personally go toe chiropractor every 2 weeks to make sure to avoid any build up from taking place and I do some exercises every other day when I feel I should.

below is an excerpt of a good article about the various exercises you you might want to consider adopting too:

Exercises for back pain relief: 7 moves that can help and heal

Don’t suffer from a sore back in silence – try some of these expert approved moves to relieve aches and pains.

Our first instinct when suffering from back pain is to rest up and let the pain naturally subside.

But many experts agree that performing certain exercises can actually help strengthen your muscles, support your spine and relieve that debilitating pain in your back.

Not sure which exercises are good and bad for back pain? We asked the fitness professionals at Fitness First, who have found 7 of the best exercises to help.

Before trying any of these exercises, always remember to consult a fitness professional or doctor who can advise on the best options for you.

Beat back pain with… aerobic exercise

Start with short sessions and build them up over time. Good forms of aerobic exercise for those suffering from back pain include walking, swimming and cycling.

If you’re in the gym, opt for a bike which has back support, and if you’re swimming avoid any strokes that twist your body.

Beat back pain with… Pilates

Pilates works the deeper muscles in the body helping to strengthen your back. For those who suffer from chronic back pain or who are recovering from surgery and have finished with physiotherapy, Pilates is an excellent way to keep improving your back strength focusing on just a few selected movements and working a little at a time.A little and often with Pilates can make a big difference for someone who suffers with back pain.
Beat back pain with… wall sits

Start by standing 10 to 12 inches from the wall, then lean back until your back is flat against it. Slowly slide down until your knees are slightly bent, pressing your lower back into the wall,
Hold for a count of 10, then carefully slide back up the wall. Repeat 8 to 12 times…

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