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The Truth on Back Pain

Posted by on May 14, 2014 in Backpain | 0 comments

Sponsor: Travel website – India road trip [http://routebyroad.com]: Back pain is commonly felt but no one can be blamed for it. It is difficult to figure out and far more difficult to describe. Confusion often arises during diagnosis and patients almost always fail to understand what exactly is hurting and what causes the pain. In this article we will try to resolve some of the most common confusions that often arise as myths. Contrary to what is popularly believed back pain is seldom related with the spinal chord. Nor does the spinal chord causes any back problems, unless damage is made directly on the spinal cord. This is when paralysis occurs. Otherwise, the chord has nothing to do with frequent back pain rather, the problem may be...

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The Problem and the Solution

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Self Improvement | 0 comments

It’s pressing up against your mind. It murmurs in between your thoughts and hangs as if it were a picture on a wall. It smolders behind your eyes and makes them droop with despair. It’s an unsolved problem. It soothes your soul and makes your heart eager to sing a song of victory. It waits patiently for you to turn to it as its primary existence is to make certain you always have a seat at the feast. It’s the problem’s solution. They are both in the same place and at the same time. They both wait with anticipation as to which you will serve. One fills you with fear, worry and doubt while the other offers solace for your burdened heart. When you think of what you need to solve, how do you feel? Does your spirit feel a sense of despair or...

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What May Cause Back Neck Pain

Posted by on May 21, 2014 in Backpain | 0 comments

Though cases of cervical neck pain is more infrequent as compared to lumbar pain, a large portion of the American population still undergoes neck pains that often come with arm pain. The majority of such cases may be healed in time without the need of medical interventions. But there are a number of symptoms that may prove to be indications of more serious cases and need immediate medical help. One such symptom is the progressive neurological degeneration, which may manifest as weakening of the arms or loss of sensitivity and coordination of the limbs. Another sign is the sustained pain that is accompanied with unplanned weight loss, fever, shakes and chills, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting that are signs of spinal infection or...

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Time to Search for Back Pain Relief

Posted by on May 17, 2014 in Backpain | 0 comments

Short term or acute back pain typically last for around a week to several weeks. The intensity of the pain is different from patient to patient and no one may equate exactly how much one may have to endure for a period of pain attack. Yet there are patients who experience pain periodically, others continuously and some may be on a series of attacks basis. Symptoms may vary from muscle ache to excruciating pain, inability to perform things or limited range of activity and postures. Majority of the back pain may be caused by trauma on the lower part of the back bones. Trauma is the result of too aggressive movements associated with house works, sports activities, injuries, sudden jolts and stresses on the ligaments or the spinal bone....

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Spotting the Difference between Low Back Pain and Kidney Pain

Posted by on May 1, 2014 in Backpain | 0 comments

Spotting the Difference between Low Back Pain and Kidney Pain Questions frequently arise when pain in the back occurs. Oftentimes, the sufferers and even the physicians themselves are not certain of the actual site of the pain’s origin. Since lower back pain radiates into the other sections of the body, people tend to become unsure of how to provide initial relief on themselves and how would doctors diagnose the condition. This is quite misleading and physicians who cannot find the exact location of the pain dismiss the case and assume that it is more of psychological rather than physiological. To further complicate things, we may never really find the actual site of pain and the primary cause that triggered the pain. Let us assume...

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Proper Causes of Back Pain

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in Backpain | 0 comments

Back pain may strike anyone. It can affect younger people but is more prevalent during adulthood especially those aged between 45 and 59 years old. The spine is comprised of small bones known as vertebrae. These are normally good structures, which are separated by discs that allow free mobility. Muscles and ligaments further support these vertebrae. Close to one hundred percent of all complaints with regards to back pain is directly linked to improper coordination and workings of these components. The cause of back pain may be sudden rather than what is usually perceived as the result of overworking for a single period of time. However, during tests abnormal conditions on the back may not be identified using x-rays and typically, nothing...

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Process More Difficult with Back Pain Pregnancy

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in Backpain | 0 comments

Though extremely common, back pain during pregnancy must not be accepted as a normal consequence of the process. Pregnancy in itself is a hard dealing, when back pain is added to the pains that generally cover this period of a woman’s life, it can make pregnancy severely painful especially during delivery. The symptoms of back pain must be immediately addressed once they manifest and must be carefully managed throughout the process. Chronic back pain during pregnancy is the sign of post partrum back pain or the pain felt after giving birth. This is reason enough why women of this case must seek immediate medical attention for proper treatment before the pain aggravates. Likewise, post partrum pain must be checked and observed...

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