Michael J. Homan is a Reiki Master and studies natural health methods such as Acupressure, Electro Acupuncture, Reflexology, Crystal Therapy, Chinese Magnetic Cupping, has his own e-Book called 4 Steps To A Pain Free Back!, and has a dedicated health related website. for health problems and natural healing techniques.
I have studied and taken acupressure courses. Learned some about chiropractic. I have also seen psychological problems related to pain and medical problems. And I am also a Reiki Master. So now that you know a little bit about my background, and what drives my writing. let’s get into the actual content.
I will abbreviate this article for convenience because it is a combination of the four main studies, but you can get my e-book or read my full article on my website, which is healthgrowhealthier.com. I have found that 4 main things play an important role in the health of your spine.
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First, there is posture. I know this isn’t the first time you’ve heard this, but it needs to be said again and again. Posture must be considered in sitting, standing, and sleeping. Start paying attention to your posture at all times. If it’s not straight, then start fixing it.
If you sleep in a position like I did in the past, with your hands under the pillow as you lie on your side, you can pinch the nerves in your neck if the shoulders of the raised arms begin to relax and lean toward you. head or neck. It is best to place your upper arm on top of your leg while one hand is under your pillow.
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And if you can, buy several pillows of different thicknesses for the whole night. I don’t know about you, but I can’t have a high, soft pillow when I lie on my back. But the thin pillow gave me a sore neck when lying on my side.
The second thing on our list is the flexibility of your back. What you want to do when you see your back sticking out a lot and you have a pinched nerve, is to get your spine back in alignment and make it flexible.
Of course if you feel a chiropractor is your best option, seek it out. But think about your progress if you can align your own back whenever you need to. It’s not that hard! If you are in pain right now, place ice or heat on the spot until the pain seems to subside. DO NOT, under any circumstances exercise when your nerves are inflamed or swollen!
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To get your back more flexible, you may want to learn kundalini yoga. Not all yoga styles are like the ones you might see on television, where they twist themselves. Kundalini Yoga has excellent and beneficial spinal exercises developed to help with flexibility. Kundalini Yoga is also a spiritual tool to help before meditation as well. It is very important to strengthen the back and the muscles around it.
This is the third step to getting back to health. Doing sit-ups is one such exercise, you don’t have to do many sit-ups until you feel like you can… step by step. Take all of these things slowly and at your body’s pace. Your body will tell you how you feel. Pain is a warning sign.
Just remember… taking pain relief pills is okay when you really need them. But also remember that they don’t cure the problem, they just mask the warning sign, they only stop the warning sign, but not the underlying problem.
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Health is more than just eating right. We have to consider mental health, environment, and many other factors. It is not easy for a doctor to diagnose a problem completely and cure it, especially if it is rooted in a psychological problem and has long been out of control, and becomes a physical problem.
The fourth and final step in back health is starting a daily stretching routine. You have
see cats and dogs stretch when they wake up, try it yourself! The key to a healthy back is to keep it flexible and actively strong, or well supported by the abdominal and back muscles. You may have to find a happy medium in between like I have, too much power in one area will attract others.
Everyone is uniquely different in many areas. So never think what works for someone else will work for you. You may have to build on other people’s information and process it into your own personal program.
I recommend you learn a little about acupressure as well to maintain your pain when it flares up. I have found that I can manage pain by using acupressure, simply by putting pressure on certain areas of the body. But that is something I suggest you seek a professional for help, or look for someone who does acupuncture, or take a course in acupressure like I did.
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