Get some strong pain kills from the doctor
If the pain is getting too much to handle you could always visit your doctor and ask for some stronger painkillers. This may help rid you of the pain so you can carry on with your daily activities. This won’t always be a long term fix so if the problem persists it would be recommended to try other things.
Visit a chiropractor
If the problem is getting a little hard to handle then visiting a chiropractor might be the best option for you. They specialise in the back area and should be able to pinpoint exactly where the problem is. They will apply different pressures and massage along with other things to help ease the pain and discomfort. A local Chiropractor will be able to help you.
Acupuncture is a new method that can help ease the pain in your back as well as other areas in your body. They will insert needles underneath your skin to encourage blood flow. They will focus on different points in your body that have connections with your back.
Different exercises to strengthen the muscles
There are many different exercises you can take to help strengthen the muscles in your back. A physiotherapist or other medical professional could advise on different exercises to do during the day. Over time, this should help strengthen the weakened muscles and make you feel much better.
Don’t lie down and rest
The worst thing anyone who has a back problem can do is sit or lie down. Resting will make things worse as your muscles are not being used, causing them to seize up and go stiff. It may always be tempting, but the best advice is to keep on the move and go about your day as you would normally do.
Finally, swimming can help alleviate any pain in your back. Or even other parts of your body. The water is a great tool and can relax your body. The swimming is exercise and the water act like push and pull. Making the muscles work harder because of the resistance, even though it won’t feel like that. Also after your swimming session a good steam room or sauna session can help relax your muscles as the heat is great for that.
I hope this has provided you with some great tips to alleviate any back pain or problems. Sometimes these things can be brought on by the simplest of things like bad posture or not picking things up correctly. So make sure you take care of your back before any problems begin to arise.