Lower back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide, as reported by the Global Burden of Disease. Anyone can get back pain. There are however some aspects that can increase your risk. The type of job you do, getting older, being overweight, smoking, certain diseases and poor physical fitness can all contribute to having a constant ache in your back.

Can Back Pain Be Prevented?

Yes, managing pain is all about finding ways to live with it so that it doesn’t dominate your lifestyle. Certainly, the body has an automatic inclination to restore its homeostasis or natural equilibrium. Our task, when we are in pain, is therefore to remove all obstacles to recovery.

Inactivity Leads to Increased Back Pain

The best defense is offense, and this is especially true when it comes to the wellbeing of your body. Inactivity leads to a whole host of health problems, including making you more susceptible to back pain.


This article originally posted on TheHealthScienceJournal.com.