It is estimated that 8 in every 10 people have at one point in their lives experienced back pain. In fact, so prevalent is back pain that in 2010, the Global Burden of Disease singled it out as the top most cause of disabilities in the world. Unfortunately, back pain can be experienced by almost anyone, regardless of race, age or gender. It is however more likely to be experienced by overweight people, smokers, pregnant ladies, those who are ageing and even those who are experiencing high levels of stress. Although the reasons for experiencing back pain may not be so clear at times, science asserts that there are several potential causes.…Continue reading
From natural remedies to over-the-counter medicines, there are a hundred and one ways to become a little more romantic life. However, there are millions who really don’t know how to spice things up and be more than just boring! Sometimes, romance isn’t dead and when you put in a little effort, the romance can be put back into your relationship once again. The following are a few simple things to help you.…Continue reading
You may wondering why GPS Tracking devices.
Well, a lot of back pain sufferers (like me) are athletes and outdoor enthusiast that like to go backpacking, camping, or skiing.
The back pain is a trade-off for the activity they love.
GPS Tracking devices are becoming more popular as the prices become more affordable.
There are many uses for the GPS tracking devices, and some could mean the difference between life or death.…Continue reading
Back pain is one of the most common conditions nowadays, with over 80 percent of adults living in North America complaining about it.
When it comes to treating back pain, it is wise to start with non-surgical options, such as medication, home remedies and exercises.
People who dive into extreme treatments, such as x-rays, narcotics, epidural injections or surgery, may experience more complications and have bigger issues in the long run.
Here are some of the most effective treatment options and remedies for back pain.…Continue reading
Before we go into an elaborate discussion of how to sleep better, a word of caution: there are articles out there right now claiming you can get away with as little as 4 to 6 hours of sleep a night, that our ancestors did this so we can, too.
This is not scientifically accurate.
As far as medical science is concerned, the old golden rule still applies in order for your back pain to remain under control and to stay sound and fit, you must have at least 8 hours of sleep.
But many of us have so much work pressure that we don’t get sufficient time for proper sleep. As a result, many people complain of suffering from insomnia.…Continue reading