Back Pain can be debilitating in a lot of ways. Not only does it affect your physical well-being, but it can be mentally distressing too. Pain, in general, can cause you to be miserable, lose interest in activities that you used to love and to become less active in social activities. It can lead to isolation, which then can cause depression.

Back pain can be so severe, that you feel the pain throughout your entire body. It causes bad posture and affects your ease of movement. Therefore, it affects your work and time spent with your loved ones and pets.

Let’s take a look at 5 methods and remedies that can help relieve your back pain naturally!

Massage and Aromatherapy for Relieving Back Pain

This is a two for one here as massage therapy and aromatherapy go hand and hand. If your back pain is caused by strain in your muscles or tension from dislocated disks, you will probably benefit from massage therapy. With massage therapy for lower back pain, make sure that you’re are stretching and massaging the muscles at the same time for maximum benefit. Simply put, both of your primary back muscles should be working together to support your body and your body’s movements. If one muscle is not functioning as it should, it will cause the other muscle to work extra hard, which causes it to become inflamed. This is what causes the pain. You can have someone massage your muscles for you, but a professional massage therapist will know the proper procedure.

Aromatherapy for sore muscles and pain goes along with massage therapy by using essential oils in the massage blend. Certain essential oils have analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, and these oils are the best to treat pain. Some of these oils also are warming agents which help inflamed muscles and aids in relief. As a suggestion, several essential oils you can try are peppermint oil, rosemary oil, wintergreen oil, camphor oil, lavender oil, clove oil, cinnamon leaf oil, nutmeg oil, cassia oil, jasmine oil and menthol oil.

Aromatherapy does more than just relieve pain and inflammation in muscles. The scents which are released into the air and inhaled can cause mental clarity, lessen anxiety, invigorate and uplift the spirit!

Yoga for Back Pain

Yoga uses positions which can help fortify both abdominal and back muscles. This helps you to retain a correct posture and contributes to lessening back pain tremendously. Back pain can come from a number of causes so don’t dismiss yoga just because it puts you in positions you have never used before. The stretches alone are perfect for your back muscles which target all of them. Try these basic, beginner yoga positions to help you get started!

QiGong for Back Pain

QiGong was practiced in ancient China and is making a comeback as a holistic method for treating pain. The method aims at the concentration of good posture while controlling proper breathing. These techniques, referred as Gong,  are the skills that are acquired through practice. Qi is a term which refers to the life force running through your body. Hence the name, QiGong. The positions you undertake as part of QiGong are slow and simple. The movements exercise the muscles of the lower back which is why QiGong exercises can aid with the ease of back pain.

All-Natural Products Aimed at Relieving Back Pain

There are products on the market that aim at relieving back pain, as well as other pains such as sore muscle and joint pain. When choosing a product, make sure that the ingredients are truly all-natural!

ZEN Sports Balm is a company that truly believes in only using the finest, all-natural ingredients in their pain relieving products!  Products are available for all lifestyles and all ages! Take a look at ZEN’S product line today and see how it will work to relieve your pain so that you can continue on with your busy lifestyle!

 

 

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*Note: This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose any health condition. Therefore, ask your doctor about any health concerns that you might have.

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