Do you bother with your back? Here are 5 Yoga Exercises that can help you increase your back motion and reduce back pain. Feel free to share with someone with back pain.
Yoga and yoga exercises can be useful when it comes to relaxing in tight muscles and muscles. Most of us sit too much in everyday life and it causes the muscles in the back, back of thighs and seat to become too tight. Regular stretching can be a good measure to counteract stiff muscles and stiff joints.
This yoga position opens up the chest, stretches the abdominal muscles and activates the lower back in a good way. Start by lying flat on the floor with your palms down the floor approximately in the middle of the ribs. Then pull your legs together and press the top of your feet pressed against the floor - at the same time using the strength from your back, not your hands, to lift your chest off the floor. Keep your legs straight and hold the position for 5 to 10 deep breaths. Repeat as many times as you think is necessary.
This sitting yoga position provides increased flexibility and movement in the spine and back muscles. It can be a demanding exercise, so do not try this if you do not feel comfortable with the other exercises in the article. Take a deep breath and turn calmly to the side - do not jerk, but rather move very calmly to the side. Hold the position for 7-8 deep breaths and then repeat on the other side.
The cat camel exercise is a nice and nice mobilization exercise that gives more movement to the entire spine. It stretches and gives more flexibility to the back, chest and neck. It is a fantastic exercise for those who need to loosen stiffness in the neck and back. Start standing on all fours, then lower your back slowly to the floor before slowly, but firmly pushing your back toward the ceiling. Repeat the exercise for 8-10 reps over 3-4 sets.
Stand on your knees and let your body fall forward with outstretched arms. Rest your head against the ground and stretch your arms in front of you until you feel a slight stretch in the transition to the neck and upper back. Performs 3-4 sets of 30 seconds duration.
The pose position can be challenging for beginners as it requires some flexibility in the hip and knee. The reason it is effective is that tight hips can contribute to back pain. Hold the position for 5 to 10 deep breaths, then switch to the other side and repeat as needed.
These are fine yoga exercises that should preferably be done daily for maximum effect - but we know that hectic weekdays do not always allow this, so we accept even if you get it done every other day.
How often should I do the exercises?
It all depends on you. Find out what works for you in the beginning and build slowly but surely going forward. Remember that exercise can lead to tenderness in the beginning, as you actually gradually break down damaged areas (damaged tissue and scar tissue) and replace it with healthy, functional soft tissue. This can be a time consuming but very rewarding process. If you have a diagnosis, we ask you to ask your clinician if these exercises can be beneficial for you - possibly try yourself very carefully. We otherwise encourage you to be on the move and to go hiking in rough terrain if possible.
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What can I do even against pain in muscles, nerves and joints?
1. General exercise, specific exercise, stretching and activity are recommended, but stay within the pain limit. Two walks a day of 20-40 minutes make good for the whole body and sore muscles.
2. Trigger point / massage balls we strongly recommend - they come in different sizes so you can hit well even on all parts of the body. There is no better self help than this! We recommend the following (click the image below) - which is a complete set of 5 trigger point / massage balls in different sizes:
3. Training: Specific training with training tricks of various opponents (such as this complete set of 6 knits of different resistance) can help you train strength and function. Knit training often involves more specific training, which in turn can lead to more effective injury prevention and pain reduction.
4. Pain Relief - Cooling: Biofreeze is a natural product that can relieve pain by cooling the area gently. Cooling is especially recommended when the pain is very severe. When they have calmed down then heat treatment is recommended - it is therefore advisable to have both cooling and heating available.
5. Pain Relief - Heating: Warming up tight muscles can increase blood circulation and reduce pain. We recommend the following reusable hot / cold gasket (click here to read more about it) - which can be used both for cooling (can be frozen) and for heating (can be heated in the microwave).
6. Prevention and healing: Compression noise like that like this can increase blood circulation to the affected area, thereby speeding up the natural healing of injured or worn muscles and tendons.
Recommended products for pain relief in pain
Biofreeze (Cold / cryotherapy)
Did you know: - Cold treatment can give pain relief to sore joints and muscles? Blue. Biofreeze (you can order it here), which consists mainly of natural products, is a popular product. Contact us today via our Facebook page if you need other recommendations tailored for you.
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