How to treat lower abdominal pain with stretches?

If you are having lower abdominal pain while doing fitness exercises, read this

Pain in the muscles does not mean to stop the exercises, but actually here you can define this pain in two different ways.

One is the muscular pain and the other one is the pain when your muscles feel fatigued which is a good sign meaning that you are doing your exercise in a correct posture. As far as abdominal pain is concerned, if you are doing it for a long time, your internal abdominal muscles get hard and the top layer of fat remains there as by doing sit-ups the upper layer remains intact but your internal muscles develop, so by doing it, your internal muscles get hard and pump quickly resulting in quick failures and when you try to push that a little bit extra that results in your lower abdominal pain which is not to worry about. This may be due to your trying to lift your back upwards while trying to push it hard inside towards your spine.

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Please tell me if this hub is helpful in alleviating your abdominal and back pain 5 comments

pioner 6 years ago

Lower back pain problems are very common if we adopt certain precautions we can solve these problems.


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Yes you are right Pioner. Tanks a lot for ur comment.


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drdspervez 5 years ago from Pakistan

It,s a nice article.

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soni2006 5 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thank you so much DR.DURRESHAHWAR PERVEZ for your comment.


Judith Delgado 4 years ago

You have a pinched nerve in your back causing you that lower back pain. When a nerve is pinched it tightens up the muscles around it to trap it in that pain. When you bend over it's opening up your spine where the nerve is being pinched to take the pressure off of it, but as soon as you stand back up the pain is there. The pain can switch sides depending on how much pressure is on the spine at that time, more on one side, more likely the pain to be on that side. The tightened muscles have gone to your upper back to cause the pains in your shoulder blades. There are many medicines that are not available easily but with the assistance of FindRxOnline you will see this problem dispersing away I’mmediately.

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