Back Pain Relief – The Best Way to Get Rid of Back Pain
If we’re going to talk about back pain relief…let’s start by talking about causes and symptoms. That’s what it really all comes down to. That’s why most back pain treatment programs fail. That’s why so many sufferers end up on some ridiculous combination of pain killers for years at a time.
As you read through this short article you’ll begin to realize that there is one way and one way only to get rid of back pain. You’ll begin to realize that most doctors have it all wrong. And you’ll realize that you don’t have to suffer anymore if you really don’t want to.
The feel good factor, when your in ‘spirit’ you feel great. If you love nature when was the last time you took a walk in the park or our garden without the feeling of being guilty? The feeling that if I do this shouldn’t I be doing something else more productive? All these little distractions (guilt) taking us off our course of following our feelings of being in spirit. We need to enjoy the moment without the feeling of guilt.
Back pain can be horribly debilitating. I’ve had the ‘can’t get out of bed’ type of pain, and it really sucks. What sucks even more is the cocktail of intense pain killers your doctor will put you on when you go in for treatment. The best way to get rid of back pain is not through pain killers. The secret is to treat the cause of your pain and not just the symptom. Only then will it go away for good.
Lower back pain usually develops over a period of years from accumulated abuses of the spine, many of which are not painful when they are incurred. Even when there is a single identifiable acute injury that causes the lower back to hurt, the overall condition of the back, not just the condition of the spine, determines speed of recovery and whether pain becomes permanent.
Back pain in itself is not the problem. It is the symptom of a bigger problem. There is something else going on in there and it manifests itself as pain in your back. The problem with most conventional treatment is that it treats the symptom which is the pain, but the reason for the pain remains. So, what happens? Eventually the pain comes back. And it will keep coming back again and again until you deal with the underlying cause of why it is there in the first place.
Eliminate the cause, and you’ll eliminate the pain. And you’ll finally have your life back.