Many people are experiencing lower back pain and other posture-related problems.
Lower back pain can be a debilitating condition for many people, while others will suffer in silence.
The bad news is that forcing your body into unhealthy postures increases your chances of developing musculoskeletal injuries like a bad back, sore neck and shoulders, carpal tunnel syndrome, or even a deep vein thrombosis.
This will relieve the pressure in your lower back and reduce the risk of developing deep vein thrombosis.
Vitamin D is important for musculoskeletal health, and it has been linked to both acute and chronic low back pain.
According to the findings of a study published on pubmed.com, "Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in chronic and subacute low back pain patients in India: a triple-arm controlled study," increasing severity of vitamin D deficiency may have a pathogenetic relationship with chronic and subacute low back pain.
So, if you need Vitamin D and/or calcium supplements, consult your doctor.
Protect your lower back from potential health problems.
Overuse of digital devices is a waste of time; instead, get out and about more. Since the invention of digital devices, we have moved around very little.
We now hunt everything on our electronic devices without moving an inch, thanks to smartphones, the Internet, and quick calls.
The back has lost touch with how it feels to be stretched.
Maintain your back muscles' fitness and flexibility by exercising on a regular basis.
Because your back is made up of so many vertebrae and muscles, it is flexed, moved, stretched, and bent at the computer table rather than packaged and boxed.
You should always consult your doctor before starting anything new.
If you're experiencing back pain, see a doctor right away to get it treated.
If you have any specific questions about a medical matter, always consult your doctor or a professional healthcare provider.
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