Back pain and Yoga (Part 2)

Back pain and Yoga (Part 2)

In most cases, back pain is often caused by muscle strain, trauma or spinal deformity. Only in one in 10 cases, it stems from a disease.

Back pain can occur anywhere in the spine from the neck to the lower back and can be located in a small area or spread over a wide area and can even radiate from the area of origin to other areas. Most of the causes of back pain they are postural although there are other causes lesser extent.

Generally the causes of back pain can be due to: Postural . – For deviations of the column, scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis . – For lack of movement as a result of our tech life that leads to muscle weakness – By adopting and maintaining incorrect when sitting, sleeping, walking, etc. positions – By erroneous movement patterns that require undue effort (improper footwear, work in awkward postures – adopting static postures during periods extending Hereditary – For deviations spine, scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis. – Osteoarthritis – Spondylitis – Osteoporosis Disease – The degeneration of the vertebrae for various reasons From age 20 a degenerative process occurs in the intervertebral discs.. – Diseases such as osteoarthritis of the spine, spondylitis, osteoporosis, infections, tumors, spinal tuberculosis, etc. can also cause pain Being the older people at higher risk of suffering from these pains to be more prevalent these diseases over the years.. – Gallstones –

Herniated Disc – Herpes zoster Traumatic – muscle overload. – The performance of certain jobs requiring repetitive motion. – Some sports practices inadequate or poorly executed. – Injuries from accidents – uterine prolapse.

Psychosomatic – Although no studies to prove conclusively situations such as depression, stress and anxiety, they can also be associated with back pain. – psychosomatic diseases Here are some of the risk factors that may also be associated with pain many of them can be combated with proper muscle and correctly toned . In many cases the exact source can be hard to identify because it can lead to soft tissues, bone, intervertebral disc or nerves that innervate these structures.

In short and in general, the column suffers mainly: – When we remain long in the same position, whether standing, sitting or lying down. – When we take certain positions that increase their physiological curves.

When we make great efforts, and small, but very repetitive. – When we make sudden movements or adopt very forced postures In future articles we will continue to deepen the practice of yoga can help us to prevent and improve back problems.

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