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Back Pain Home Remedies
It is estimated that eight out of 10 people have, at some point in their lives, back pain that disables them. Also estimated is the money spent for diagnosis and treatment of back pain-more than $5 billion annually:
Back pain is very common during pregnancy, due to the considerable anatomical changes and stress in the body. Carrying a child changes the position of your internal organs putting a huge amount of pressure on the lower spine. The increase in body weight, the muscle relaxing effects of the hormone progesterone, and the change in your center of gravity contribute to the problem. That's why every day as your baby grows it's harder to get up and down of chairs and beds.
If you have back pain you can feel also muscle aches, locked areas in your back, stiff neck and your hole body will ache.
Other causes of back pain can be poor postural habits, strains, microtrauma, muscle tension and nutritional deficiencies. When repeated episodes of injury are added to this mix, the discs become thin, deteriorated or ruptured. These events can also lead to arthritic related conditions. With nerves close by, swelling or compression in the spine often results in neuritis, lumbar neuralgia, or sciatica.
We have come across some remedies that are worth trying to relieve minor backaches. At best, they'll help-at least, they'll give you something to talk about the next time someone tells you his/her back went out.
Natural Home Remedies
Soak a cupful of black beans overnight. This softens the beans and is said to remove the gas-producing compounds. Then put them in a pot with 3 1/2cups of water. Bring to a boil, and let simmer for a half-hour over low heat. During that half-hour, keep removing the grayish foam that forms on top. After a half-hour, cover the pot and let it cook for another two hours. If, by the end of that time, there's still water in the pot, spill it out.
Hot and Cold Packs
First, be sure to put ice on the injured area, then alternate with heat. The ice helps reduce inflammation be constricting the surrounding blood vessels, reducing blood flow and swelling. Never apply ice for more than five minute increments, however, as the cold can freeze the skin and soft tissue. After two days, heat should be used to increase the blood flow to that area.
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