Back Relief That Works
Back relief is actually a simple process. Ending back pain long term is just as simple but does take a little more time and effort. For most of you, all you want is something you can use now to ease your pain. Why?
Nobody enjoys being in pain and you want too relieve back pain as quickly as possible. Below is a simple technique that removes 75% of your pain. Like I said, if you want long term back pain relief then you need to address ALL the causes.
Fail to remove all the causes and your back pain will return and each time is likely to be worse. Even the back pain statistics are frightening - only 25% of adult sin pain now will be pain free in one year's time. The rest are the same or worse!
The reason is simple, if all you do is aim to remove symptoms the causes will steadily become worse. Then you will find back pain repeats yet again. And the solution...
A simple solution to back relief
The ONLY solution for back pain relief is to remove all the causes:
This may seem a daunting task and that it will take many weeks and hours each day to achieve. In fact if you se effective techniques you can accomplish this in just a few minutes each day for just a few weeks.
That is all you need to have long term back relief.
The reason the back pain statistics are so poor is that you are only encouraged to remove symptoms. If all you do is ease a few symptoms then you will only have temporary relief. Better for practitioners as you keep coming back, better for internet sellers because you will keep buying more.
But all you ever wanted is to ease your back pain now, and then learn simple ways to make sure it never returns. So first things first, you want to relieve back pain now...
The easiest tool for back relief
You may have heard of trigger points, if not, these are small tight fibers of muscle. They sit in the belly of the muscle and are tender to touch and create 75% of your back pain.
If you remove these then your back pain will ease.
These trigger points occur because as muscle tires they will tighten. As the muscle tightens then you have localized fibers tightening further, and creating 'trigger points'.
The causes of your back pain are from muscles and joints, both of these allow trigger points to develop. If joints fail to move freely, then your muscle will work harder, tire and then follow the trigger points.
If you over work your muscles then the same process occurs.
To ease these trigger points is easy and quick. All you need to do is find them, which you can do by pressing firmly on the muscles either side of your spine in your lower back (these are the most common for lower back pain). For upper back then the trigger points are commonly either between your shoulder bladders or in the muscles of your shoulder (where your neck meets your upper back - where people love to rub).
You will notice small tender balls of muscle that will be tender when you press on them. These are your trigger points.
To release the trigger points all you do is press firmly on the point for a few seconds or more, take a deep breath in and out (relaxing as you breathe out) and the trigger points will ease. Then just gently massage the area for 10 seconds.
You can repeat this on all the trigger points in the area for your back relief.
The BEST way to stop trigger points
There is only ONE way to stop trigger points developing. You need to make sure your muscles and joints are in balance. If they are then the points will not occur.
You are able to detect these imbalances yourself using a simple diagnostic tool. Best of all you can use the same tool long term to make sure you stay in balance. Understanding where your back pain comes from is the first and ESSENTIAL tool in back relief.
What is the best approach to ease your back pain?
To get long lasting results you must both remove the symptoms and the cause. First you must identify which spinal imbalances are present, then attack the symptomatic processes. This can be achieved by using many techniques from ice/heat, Acupressure and anti-inflammatory measures. Then you must perform corrective techniques that target the spinal imbalances.
The principles of Spinal Balancing address the both the pain and the root cause of the condition that is responsible for your lower right back pain. Through self assessments, your individual spinal imbalances can be identified, and a targeted corrective program can be developed for your specific needs.
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