7. Avoid Stressful Situations
Without a doubt, our physical health is highly dependent on our emotional state. We face plenty of stressful situations every time and everywhere. It’s rather difficult to keep our feelings and emotions under control, so we often get upset, angry and nervous. Whenever you are under stress, your brain and body respond quickly preparing to fight. Eventually, your muscles become strained and your blood pressure goes up.
Such reaction is detrimental to your muscular skeletal system. To overcome stress and its negative consequences you should move a bit and take a deep breath. It will be an excellent way to relax your body and boost your brain’s activity.
If you tend to lead a sedentary life, you should be ready for annoying back and neck pain. I hope that these tips will help you to cope with discomfort caused by pain in your back. Just make it a habit to move regularly and always monitor your posture. Do you use any other ways to decrease back pain?