As part of our normal lifes or as a sports person, there is a strong probability that we may suffer from a lower back pain and/or headaches. The chances are more for a sports community person, primarily due to the overexertion of the lower back or the brain.

This is as most of the Sportsmen or women tend to stretch, strain, lift, twist, bend and otherwise stress their vertebral columns regularly as a part of their fitness routines, hence, they are the prime victims of breakdown of intervertebral discs. Of course, in rare cases, a serious problem like a herniated disc or a brain tumor are outcomes of back pain and headaches as well.

However, what most of us don’t know, is that amongst many other reasons, the most crucial factor for sports person or even a normal human is the POSTURE in which they do their related activities like exercising, sitting, laying down and even reading a book etcetera.

This video is a guide for all people as to how they can avoid neck herniations – commonly known as slipped disc and sciatica – symptoms of leg pain by maintaining a good and upright posture.

The wrong posture creates lower back problems and stretches the hip muscles that causes dysfunctionalities along the spinal column. Neck support is very important in order to steer clear of neck herniations and migraines. Sitting in a rounded position without supporting the back causes the nerves to compress and the vertebrates get damaged.

For all these pains to go away, it is of vital importance that the pressure of the body be equally spread throughout the body instead of pivoting on a single point as excessive pressure at one point is damaging to the bones and muscles. For taking the pressure off of hip joints, some support is required under the knees that is useful in getting rid of hip and lower back pain.

The lumbar, located in spinal column has higher chances of getting defaced hence maintaining a posture that causes the minimal fatigue in the muscles and which gives a nice and healthy body is very important. To avoid lumbar disfiguration, it is mandatory to have a lumbar support that takes the weight and pressure off of neck, shoulders and lower back.

As for sportsmen and women, it is necessary to strengthen up the core and hip muscles as this reduces the chances of herniation in the spine and subsides the pain if he or she is diagnosed with a bulging disc. Weak Glutes and hamstrings can also cause extra stress on the lower back, so exercises for developing lower body muscles have to be recruited by athletes in their daily routines as well.

Also, therapy sessions must be attended by athletes where different types of exercises and stretches are encouraged to pull the herniated disc back into its position. If the pain still does not subside, then it is highly likely that a surgical intervention maybe required, which is a rare case.

The published content is only for informational purposes, therefore, it should not be construed as a final health and fitness advice. Even if the content is correct the readers and/or users are advised to seek professional medical advice. Never ignore or delay a professional medical advice because of something you have read..


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