Caucasian ethnicity female suffering from back pain because of uncomfortable mattress

There are many natural remedies available to calm your back, which may help reduce your medication intake or provide additional benefits to existing treatments.

Chronic back pain may be due to injury, poor posture, or time sitting at a desk. However, trying to avoid pain and following a predominantly sedentary lifestyle can be far more harmful. Many people take more pain relievers and overuse themselves. This lifestyle is also not a wise choice.

Here are 5 Things You Can Do At Home To Relieve Back Pain

  1. Change Your Mattress
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We all need at least 8 hours of sleep a day. If you have a chronic illness, you may need more sleep to feel functional and rest the next morning. When you sleep, your body repairs itself builds muscle tissue, and releases important hormones.

If you suffer from chronic low back pain, you need to understand exactly the role of a mattress that has an important effect on your back because it is difficult to concentrate on work as well as lack of sleep. Let’s take a closer look at the relationship between back pain and mattresses and find out the best mattress for chronic pain.

  1. Swiming
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Swimming is always a fun activity to do at home, in a public pool, or at your local beach if you live conveniently near the beach. Being in the water makes your body lighter and reduces the pressure on your spine and joints. Swimming may relieve pain depending on the condition. If swimming is comfortable for you, you can also try some exercises that are good for your spine while you are in the water.

  1. Quit Smoking
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Studies have shown that smoking cigarettes is four times more likely than nonsmokers to develop degenerative disc disease and other spinal problems.

The nicotine in cigarettes and other tobacco products can weaken the bones of the spine and deprive the spongy plates, which cushion the joints, important nutrients. When your spine is healthy, your back is flexible and your muscles are not stiff and sore.

  1. Herbal Drink
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You can also drink herbal drinks such as green tea and ginger tea, which contain both the analgesic properties of ginger. Ginger tea, tea bags are available at the grocery store and are easy to enjoy in one cup at work or at home. including these drinks in your daily diet can help reduce overall inflammation and prevent chronic Back pains.

  1. Temperature Therapy
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A warm compress for pain may seem like a good idea, but Many Doctors and Health Specialists said that cold compresses are the best for joints. “If the joint becomes inflamed or swollen, you need to use a cool remedy,” and  ” A warm compress is good for sore muscles, good at first, but worse for inflamed joints.”