As our society has become more sedentary, back pain has become more of a problem for many people. We know sitting is bad for your health, and one of the unfortunate consequences of sustained periods of sitting is the pressure it exerts on the spine and discs. However, low-impact exercises can help alleviate back pain caused by inactivity. Activities such as Barre Class, Yoga and swimming can be a cost-effective and fun way to reduce back pain.
- The sedentary postures that accompany many of these jobs is a main contributor to injury and prevents back health and wellness
- Unfortunately, the evolution of our culture in science and computer technology is too fast for the evolution of human beings
- Regular exercise helps strengthen muscles—which support your back—and when you use muscles, they always ‘pull’ on the bones that they are attached to
“Regular exercise helps strengthen muscles—which support your back—and when you use muscles, they always ‘pull’ on the bones that they are attached to”