This is Part One in a 10 part series on how to maintain a Healthy Lifestyle for a Healthy Back. This series will focus on the things you can do and the lifestyle changes you can make to help improve your back pain. Some of the things we will discuss over time will include:
- Inflammation and how it can contribute to your back problems
- How various foods can increase or help lower your back inflammation
- The proper amount of food you should be eating to help maintain a healthy back
- When and how often you should be eating to keep back pain down
- Some of the nutritional supplements that you can take to improve back health
- Movements to avoid so that you do not aggravate your back injury
- Tips to lower your stress levels and help manage your pain
Call 844-408-0462 to Schedule a Free Consultation
A big contributor to back pain is inflammation. It can cause a myriad of symptoms, many of which can directly effect the health of your back. People suffering from chronic inflammation more than likely suffer from many, if not most, of these on a near daily basis.
Some of the most common back related symptoms include stiffness, swelling, joint pain, and muscle aches and pains.
Inflammation can also cause other health problems including fever, chills, headaches, loss of appetite, fatigue, abdominal pain, and nausea. It is common for people to have some of these symptoms and not even realize that it's related to inflammation. In fact, many people suffer from chronic inflammation, whether due to their diet or other factors, and not even realize it. Sometimes they suffer for years, when often times a lifestyle change could reduce their inflammation, and thus help decrease some of their back pain.
There has been research that says that many of the most common inflammatory conditions occur because of reactions to certain foods or their ingredients. Some of the most common offending foods include:
- Artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners
Many people have found that sometimes, just by changing their diet to avoid some of these foods, they have seen a decrease in their back pain and Sciatica. They were having a negative reaction to these foods without even knowing it, and it was causing inflammation in their back and possibly other places as well!
Remember, this is just Part One in a series. Part Two will continue the discussion on the foods to avoid which can cause back inflammation.
The key to our treatment is solving the underlying cause. If you have Back Pain or Sciatica and you are suffering, we can help you. Call today to schedule a Free Consultation at 844-408-0462, or click on this link to schedule online: