How can my sore back get better

Lower back pain is very commonly seen in people who sit for long periods of time, lift heavy weights regularly or are heavy and inactive.

It could be a mild, dull, occasional ache or a constant nagging irritation. A sign of it getting worse is when the pain starts traveling down one or both legs (i.e. sciatica). Increased body fat, especially around the abdomen, makes the lower back more vulnerable because of increased mechanical pressure & lack of muscle support.

Once that happens, sleeping with back pain becomes difficult, but you still need to sleep, don’t you?

You know that getting the right amount of sleep is really important for several reasons… For example, after a long day at work, sleeping is the only time when your body can rest and relax.

So if you do not get the right amount of sleep, you can never expect yourself to be productive during the morning.

And worse, this may result in several health problems like weight gain, heart disease and much more (I know it sounds scary, but it’s true). Hence, you should always sleep properly and get the recommended hours of sleep to avoid such problems, but…

How do you do it with back pain? Here are the seven tips that can help you make your life better almost immediately.