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The true cause and the real reason you still have back pain

The true cause and the real reason you still have back pain

The real reason you still have back pain

The real reason you still have back pain: Every day when I go to my office, 50% of the customers I see suffer from back pain. I had a client in great pain, unable to sit in a chair, lie face down or face down. He was kneeling with his head on a chair as I walked out to the waiting area. 

In 1 week I helped reduce her pain by 50% and by 3 weeks she was back at work without pain. This man has been trying all these years. This was not a coincidence as I see this every week in my office. It’s not a miracle either, just to understand why our backs hurt. Somehow the medical profession missed this in their training.

First of all, I am not a doctor or pretend to be someone else. I am a past massage therapist by providing massage. I love the muscles of the human body and how they contribute to the way we feel. There has been a lot of attention paid to training our muscle strength. 

In all peer-reviewed journals, there are hundreds of thousands of lessons in strengthening our muscles. There has been very little research on why we need to stretch and what is the best approach. That is why we can feel back pain, permanently, until now.

There are three areas of our body that can cause back pain. Finding which one is not difficult. If your back hurts when you get up after sitting or lying down for a while, or after standing for a while, or after bending to take something, the cause may be on the side of your body. 

Specifically, in front of your thighs if the pain is present in the lower back. If the pain is moderate, it is possible that the inner thighs are causing pain, on the other hand, if your back hurts after sitting for a while, that usually means that the muscles are tight.

The real reason you still have back pain

As you can see, I didn't say anything in the background. These three muscle fibers can tilt the pelvis forward or backward, exerting tremendous pressure on the lower back. This can lead to bulging discs, herniated discs, or later compressed nerves if left untreated. Let's not wait for that to happen.

If you work in the gym and talk to a coach about these areas, they will show an increase that doesn’t really work. Stretching the square where you stand and pulling your heel at the waist is very important for the knees. 

You may feel a pull on your quads but that is because they are tight and any strong bend of the knees will cause that. Dismissal will do the same. When the quads are strong enough, the knee cannot bend far. In the resources box below I will add a link to some of my videos.

The second mistake is to try to get back on your back by leaning forward. It sounds fun right now, but since you can stretch the front thighs, it won't last long.

The inner thigh is lighter if you sit down, cover your toes, and pressing the knees down will also not work. If you already know this is good, if not, you can hurt yourself.

Touching your toes by standing and bending forward-thinking that it will stretch your muscles or back is also wrong. First, you have three strings so you only stretch one. Second, if the cause is on the front side this will not help. I worked with a woman who loved yoga. She had back pain and went to her doctor. 

When he showed her that he could bend forward and put his palms down, he said, "Yeah, you're changing, that's not a problem." When I asked her to bend back to stretch her front thighs, she said she had never done that as it was very difficult. I showed her how to stretch and in two weeks she was in pain and was five years old.

The biggest mistake humans make is to stretch, or teach stretching, does not involve the brain. Your mind will not allow you to do anything if it thinks you are going to hurt yourself. If the brain doesn't believe you can do it, it won't. 

Stretching is about showing the brain that movement is possible. When people try to force you to stretch or hold for more than 5 seconds while you are in pain, the brain will allow the opposing muscles to stop the pain. this can cause cramps. It will take a different sense to learn to stretch properly.

The key is not being able to read everything we have been taught about stretching and re-learning a new way that is most beneficial to your body. If you can do that, you will find that as you grow older, the pain you endure will decrease. I do not have pain every day when I am 60 years old, but by the time I was 40, I was in so much pain that it led to this habit.

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