Healthy backs: information on how to deal with back pain
No matter how physically fit you might be from the hours of exercise you subject yourself too, if you're slumping in your seat then you're liable to feel the effects of bad posture. For the many sufferers of back pain, you may not realise that by ignoring how you sit, stand, lie and lift you could be making your symptoms worse. Continue Reading
Our everyday health can be affected by numerous things - food, exercise, and stress for example, but have you ever considered how the very clothes we wear can have an impact as well? The frustrating truth is that some of our favourite wardrobe staples might actually be causing us problems! Read on to find out which clothing items to be aware of. Continue Reading
National Gardening Week is 13 - 19 April and, as the weather improves, green-fingered gardeners are itching to get outside. If back pain makes gardening a painful pastime, our simple tips will allow your garden to flourish without the added strain on your back. Continue Reading
It is estimated that 80% of adults will experience back pain at some stage in their life. By taking simple measures, such as exercise and readjusting your posture you can reduce the chance of developing back pain.
It goes without saying that at some stage in our lives we will all experience physical aches and pains, perhaps in our backs or other parts of our body. The way we sit, stand, bend and run can all affect the joints, ligaments and muscles in our body.