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Updated on October 23, 2011

Cure For Back Pain

I know your back is killing you and I know some days you wonder if there will ever be a cure for your back pain. The thing you must know is that everyone is different so each person has to find what works best for them.

When we talk back pain we are talking about a problem that affects a large amount of people in our civilization. When it comes to adults back pain in most cases is more common then the common cold or flu. It also seems that as you get older the worse the back pain gets. Then if you throw in the fact of being over weight and not fit your back will be even worse. In most cases though you need not worry about losing your life when it comes to back pain. Because of the severity of pain caused by back pain it really is difficult to find a cure that works real well. In fact when you ask Doctors they will tell you that back pain is one of the hardest ailments to deal with.

When it comes to missing work in Canada and the United States the biggest reason for that is chronic lower back pain. When it comes to lost work all back pain combined comes in second to missing work only to the common cold. It seems the biggest reason our backs get sore and stay that way is from straining muscles and ligaments to often without barely realizing it. For most people they wake up with a sore back. Once they move a bit it seems to loosen up but as the day goes on the back pain seems to get worse. For many people this is usually because they work with bad posture through the day. It only makes sense that bad posture is going to make back pain.

The trick is to find the right back pain cure for each individual. Part or back pain cure usually involves some sort of treatment program. The key to starting any successful back pain cure is properly assessing what is needed. When we talk about acute back pain in most cases we are talking about sharp back pains. As for chronic pain we are talking a dull pain thats not as sharp but does last a lot longer. Either way in almost all cases the pains that we get in our backs are from abuse we put on our body. When I say abuse I even mean something as simple as bending over properly to try and avoid as much back pain as possible in our lifetimes.

Now that we have the back pains we need to key in on the reasons it is maintaining pain on a daily basis. Then we need to focus on finding a back pain cure. While managing back pain can be quite difficult if done properly we can come up with some very promising results.Back pain is one of the most irritating ailments we can have. In many cases when it comes to dealing with pain we will need to do some learning to understand pain control when it comes to back pain cure. It may be as drastic as having to do muscle exercises on a daily basis. Many people have trouble keeping up to the therapy that is needed. Because of this in most cases the back pain cure doesnt usually work well.

Another option for back pain is prescription drugs. However that is a hub for another day because taking pain medication can and do lead many people down a road they never want to experience. For now focus on a back pain cure that involves little or no drug therapy.


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    • Dale Mazurek profile imageAUTHOR

      Dale Mazurek 

      6 years ago from Canada

      Back pain is terrible but after a while with a lot of it you need to learn what helps it and what makes it better.

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 

      6 years ago from London, UK

      That must be an awful suffering. As you it is very hard to find the right cure for it.

    • MikeNV profile image


      6 years ago from Henderson, NV

      "The trick is to find the right back pain cure for each individual."

      Diagnosis is the key and often wrong.

      So most back pain isn't cured, it's just treated until the body heals itself. If it doesn't heal itself it's often an adventure in misery and treatments that fail.

      If there was a "cure" that would be great!

      How many times have you seen an older person with a big hump on their back? The best cure is prevention. And posture is the key to prevention.

    • Paradise7 profile image


      6 years ago from Upstate New York

      I know what you mean. I have to do back strengthening exercises, or else I'll be in pain. It comes from sitting at the computer too much. Or maybe bad posture sitting at the computer.


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