Lower Back Pain Affects Up To 80% Of People

Back pain, especially low back pain affects most people at some point in their lifetimes. It is always important to remember the basics of trying to keep occasional back pain from becoming a chronic condition. As we’ve previously discussed maintaining a healthy weight is one of the most important factors in warding off many types of joint and muscle pain. Regular exercise and activity will also help along with the age old advice of bend with the knees and not the back when doing any lifting.


3 thoughts on “Lower Back Pain Affects Up To 80% Of People

  1. Then again how do you exercise or stay active when the back muscles and joints are aching so painfully that it is tough to get out of bed in the morning. But i suppose you can lose weight without exercising just much harder. It’s just a constant battle

  2. It definitely makes staying healthy more difficult when in the midst of a flare up or if having spasms but it is also very important so maybe not optional.

    • LOL, i used to not understand what sufferers went through until i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and now feeling how fibro has changed my life I am much more sympathetic. A great pain management physician can help too.

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