Back pain comes in many forms from a dull ache to sharp shooting pain that takes your breath away. Everyone can have back pain of some sort from lifting, falling, twisting, etc. The motion of our lives can put a strain on our back when we least expect it. As we get older back pain is more common, poor physical fitness can accelerate it. Being overweight puts more strain on our backs; arthritis and cancer are additional causes of back pain. At work, if you lift, push, or pull while twisting your spine, you may get back pain. If you work at a desk all day and do not sit up straight, you may also get back pain.
Back pain can be disease-induced from Scoliosis, Spondylolisthesis, Arthritis, Spinal stenosis, Pregnancy, Kidney stones, Infections, Endometriosis, and Fibromyalgia.
What can I do at home?
Exercising will help keep your back muscles strong. A healthy weight and vitamins will also keep your bones healthy. Stand up straight and avoid heavy lifting, bend your legs and keep your back straight when lifting.
Treatment for back pain depends on what kind of pain you have. Acute back pain usually gets better without any treatment, but you may want to take acetaminophen, aspirin, or ibuprofen to help ease the pain. Hot or cold packs can be soothing to stiff backs; heat reduces muscle spasms and pain. Cold helps reduce swelling and numbs the pain area; this treatment does not fix the cause of chronic back pain.
Drugs and Chiropractors
Over-the-counter drugs such as acetaminophen and aspirin or prescription pain medications along with topical creams and ointments rubbed onto the skin are common pain relief remedies. Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) are drugs that reduce both pain and swelling.
Manipulation is another source of pain relief, professionals use their hands to adjust or massage the spine or nearby tissues. They may apply transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). Studies have shown that TENS treatments are not always effective for reducing pain.
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