The exercise does not affect the pain of the short run
By being very active in your daily life, you reduce your risk of chronic back pain by 16%.
So say new research, while says moderate activity lowers risk by 14%.
However, exercise does not affect the pain of the short-term backbone or what causes hospitalization or disability, the research adds.
Dr. Joel Press, an employee at New York’s Special Neurosurgery Hospital, who was not involved in the study, said he intended to move and not stay in one place.
According to the study, therefore, do not consume paracetamol in the event of back pain, but go out and run.
You may feel like resting, but moving is good for your back. Exercises for lower back pain can strengthen back, stomach, and leg muscles.
They help support your spine, relieving back pain. Always ask your healthcare professional before doing any exercise for back pain.
Depending on the cause and intensity of your pain, some exercises may not be recommended and can be harmful.
Avoid: Toe Touches
Exercise is good for low back pain — but not all exercises are beneficial. Any mild discomfort felt at the start of these exercises should disappear as muscles become stronger.
But if the pain is more than mild and lasts more than 15 minutes during exercise, patients should stop exercising and contact a doctor.
Some exercises may aggravate pain. Standing toe touches, for example, put greater stress on the disks and ligaments in your spine. They can also overstretch lower back muscles and hamstrings.