Did you know that the lower back pain is the most common reason for seeing a doctor in the World? More than 85 percent of all people around the world will experience lower back pain (Lumbar herniated disc, etc.) at some point in their life, and it is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Yet surgery or painkiller are rarely needed to treat lower back pain. So, whats the answer?
A typical response to experiencing lower back pain is to take it easy - either staying in bed or at least stopping any activity that is at all strenuous. While this approach is understandable and may even be recommended in the short term, when done for more than a day or two it can actually undermine healing. Instead, active forms of back exercises are almost always necessary to rehabilitate the spine and help alleviate lower back pain.
That being said, the best medicine for dealing with lower back pain is EXERCISE! Studies confirm that when lower back pain sufferers start a regular exercise program, they are more likely to have less pain, and be able to return to work and be active again.
Here are five ways the exercises for lower back pain can help:
Strong muscles give support to the back.
Strong abdominal muscles improve posture.
Increased flexibility aids in movement.
Stronger bones prevent fractures.
Exercise boosts natural endorphins in the body.
The set of exercises presented in this app are suitable for people suffering from lower back pain (Lumbar herniated disc, etc.). At first you probably will not be able to do it like its shown in the app, but that's normal, do not despair and keep going day by day. And dont do the mistake trying to do too much too soon. Always leave time for warm-up and cool-down before and after workouts for lower back pain.
The end positions of every exercise could be a bit painful. Please, do not overwhelm your back and stop when feeling medium to strong pain. It is recommended to do the exercises in the morning when the back is stiff, but it can be done when it is convenient. They can also be done 2-3 times a day.
*If you are having serious lower back pain, please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional. It must not be considered as medical advice.