Can I ask you a simple question – do you know who likes back pain? Well, I can answer that question for you – nobody. Yes, you got that right – nobody! Back pain is a chronic condition that people face all day and every day.
The spine, also known as cerebral column, consists of vertebrae stacked one upon another. It can be divided into four regions – cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral. The servical spine consists of 7 vertebrae and is responsible for supporting the weight of the head. It has the greatest range of motion due to two special vertebrae that move with the skull.
Many people have accepted back pain as part of their lives. Whether it happens at the end of a long working day, after exercising, or after playing with your kids, you may have already accepted back pain as part of your aging process. Whether you experience stiffness, aches, or spasm, the following exercises will help you keep your back fit and strong.
Yoga is an excellent way to get into shape. Although yoga is a rather demanding, once you get into the gist of it, you will notice amazing benefits for both your physical and mental health such as a more relaxed mind, decreased stress, lower blood pressure, toned and strengthened muscles, no more fat, stretched body, and loose muscles and joints which significantly decreases the possibility of injuries.