Breathing Exercise To Get Rid Of Back Pain In 60 Seconds

Back pain is one of the most common health problems nowadays, and it may appear because of some traumas, infections, tumors or inappropriate position. Even though, back pain has a physical cause, in some cases it can also be stress.

When you go through a tense period, the muscles contract and the back pain is very high. Insomnia or lack of sleep can also contribute to the emergence of such a problem.

When you have back pain that lasts for more than 2-3 days, you should see a doctor. But, until you get an appointment to a specialist, you can try the following trick to get rid of a back pain in 60 seconds.

It’s a breathing exercise that, regularly practiced, soothes the pain.

When your back begins to hurt, lie down or stand in a comfortable position and touch your front teeth with the tip of your tongue. Breathe out through your mouth by pulling a light whistle.

The next step is to close your mouth and slowly breathe in through your nose, counting to 4. Hold your breath as you count up to 7, and then breathe out through your mouth again for 8 seconds. Breathe in and repeat this procedure three times.

You’ll get relaxed and you’ll pain will slowly disappear.

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Back pain is one of the most common health problems nowadays, and it may appear because of some traumas, infections, tumors or inappropriate position. Even though, back pain has a physical cause, in some cases it can also be stress.

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