Back pain is a painful condition that affects everyone at some point in their lives. The pain felt in the back usually gets better on its own and can be managed by keeping mobile or taking over-the-counter-painkillers. There are a variety of ways one could try to help ease the pain they feel in their back.
This method involves using the hands to adjust, massage or stimulate the spine.
The National Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) state that spinal manipulation or chiropractic manipulation helps more with lower back pain.
A traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture can be used to help treat a variety of ailments from chronic diseases to chronic pain.
An overview of systematic reviews found that acupuncture may help restore function and relive pain is some people who have chronic lower back pain.
Studies have shown that having higher levels of inflammation has a close connection to certain types of chronic pain.
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs including ibuprofen, work well for some types of pain.
Research suggests that certain foods can help lower inflammation in the body and these include vegetables, fruits, nuts, fish and whole grains.
Being overweight can cause back pain due to increased pressure on the spine and strain of the back muscles.
One study found that obesity has links to high levels of low back pain and disability in men.
Incorrect posture could be the cause of back pain for some people, so taking the right steps to correct it may bring some relief.
Studies have shown that incorrect posture contributed to low back pain in adolescents.
There are wearable devices that can gently pull the shoulders back, reminding a person to correct their posture.