Easy Treatments for Muscular Pain

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Easy Treatments for Muscular Pain

Many of us have difficulty coping with and managing joint pain, and dealing with the inability to function correctly on a daily basis. Regardless, most common joint problems are usually easy to locate and repair. Surprisingly, people who suffer from neck, hip, and back pain rarely take the time to alleviate their pain. Instead, they go about their daily activities and simply learn to live with the discomfort often for many months and years.

What Causes Neck Pain, Hip Pain, and Lower Back Pain?

There are many reasons that can lead to back pain and neck pain, and most of them can be found from a physical examination. These conditions are commonly referred to as radicular pain, this pain occurs when the spinal nerve gets inflamed. This does not mean that everyone with these conditions will have radicular pain, but they are the most common causes of neck, hip, and lower back pain.

Pain In The Lower Back?

How to get rid of the pain?

The simple answer is to see a doctor, but most of the time people don’t want or maybe cannot afford to see a doctor or chiropractor. This is understandable because often the symptoms are mostly uncomfortable rather than severely painful so many of us find a good solution is to use a heat treatment, which can alleviate the discomfort quickly.

If you find yourself in severe pain, before using a self-treatment regime make sure your pain has been diagnosed by a chiropractor, doctor, or physical therapist, these health professionals will correctly determine if your condition needs more than a gentle heat treatment. Once the condition has been determined not to be serious, then the first step could be to use a heat remedy. This could be a hot water bottle or a heat wrap both can be found in your local pharmacy or you could buy them online. Place the wrap/hot water bottle on the affected area for about 20 minutes.

Please make sure the water bottle is not too hot as you don’t want to burn your skin. This treatment should be done in a warm environment so the muscles don’t tighten up. After the heat treatment, then apply an ice pack to the affected area for 10-15 minutes. Treatments like this can be the best way to keep your symptoms from worsening.

Early Morning Aches & Pains

An exercise routine is often recommended by health professionals using only your own body weight, this will take the strain off of your muscles. After the exercises, use an ice pack as this will strengthen the muscles and joints so that the pain can subside. This is done to help decrease inflammation. It can also be done several times over a 2-3 week period if necessary.

If you are worried about using heat treatments, you could take an inflammatory medicine, this should not be the first option that comes to mind as this is only to reduce the pain rather than fix your underlying problem.

Got A Pain In The Neck?

To summarize, while heat treatment is best for mild to moderate pain, it is not recommended for severe back pain. If your pain is severe, you should avoid all forms of treatment such as using heat treatment and ice. Take advice from your chiropractor, doctor, or physical therapist, remember health professionals can tell you which treatment is best for your condition.

Heather Campbell | Editor & Specialist Content Writer (Mindfulness | Meditation | Gardening)
Heather Campbell | Editor & Specialist Content Writer (Mindfulness | Meditation | Gardening)
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