Does the phrase, “Ouch, my back!” sound familiar to you? If so, you certainly know what implications it might have — you can’t bend down to tie your shoes, every act of turning around makes you sigh with anger, and even your favorite chair doesn’t feel comfortable anymore. However, there’s no need to take painkillers because you can always try to deal with this pain on your own.
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– Sit down on the floor with your legs stretched out in front of you. Roll up a towel or blanket and slide it under your knees. Then put a pillow over your legs, bend your upper body forward, and curve your spine until your head touches the pillow.
– Lie down on the floor with your arms at your sides and your legs straight. Slide a yoga block or a plump cushion under your pelvis and gently relax your lower back down toward the floor. Stay in this position for 5 minutes or longer.
– Sit down on the floor with your knees bent, and your feet positioned flat on the floor. While balancing on your buttocks, cross your left leg over your right one and lift both of them off the floor. After that, hold your left foot with your right hand and your right foot with your left hand and pull your legs toward your body as close as you can.
– Ever heard about acupressure? In short, there are particular points on your body that have a connection with different parts. You can find them exactly at the center of your knees’ backside. Press them firmly with your thumbs and keep the pressure for 2-3 minutes while breathing deeply and regularly.
– First of all, get yourself a tennis ball. Sit down on the floor and put a ball under one of your buttocks. Start to gently roll your body forward and backward on the ball until you locate the point the pain is coming from.
– Take a clothespin and place it on your ear’s upper side. Keep it there for 5 seconds, then move it to the other ear. Do 5 reps for each ear.
– Take a tablespoon of castor or coconut oil and add several drops of lavender essential oil. Then use this mixture to gently massage the painful area.
– When you do stretching exercises, you loosen your back muscles, which helps get rid of persistent back pain. Hold each stretching pose for 30 seconds or longer, but remember that whatever you do, you shouldn’t feel pain or discomfort.
– Get a bucket and fill it with hot water (not too hot!). Add half a cup of Epsom salt to the water and stir it well. Sit down, put your feet in the water, and soak them for 5 to 7 minutes. Then take your feet out, rinse them with warm water, and cover them with a blanket or towel.
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