By Metro Creative Content from ReadingEagle.com.
"Back pain can take on various forms, ranging from a dull ache to a sharp pain. Some may experience intermittent back pain, while others may have chronic back pain. The causes can be considerable, from injury to underlying medical conditions. Alleviating back pain — or preventing it in the first place — involves understanding the common causes and taking appropriate actions."
For me, gardening and sitting in front of a computer are a huge killer due to my posture. For many, reasons may not always be so clear cut. Use the Trigger Tracker, a guided journal to help you figure out what is causing your back pain and what makes it feel better. Once you know the reason, you can take proper steps to address it. For example, I correct my posture with a $10 yoga belt I can wear under my clothes and stack my computer on books so I sit up straighter. Knowing the root cause is the first step!
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