Let’s face it, back pain like every other pain can be extremely excruciating depending on the degree of the severity of such pains. Yes, while exercising can be of huge advantage to persons suffering from back pain and those seeking to forestall this condition in the nearest future, it must, however, be pointed out that exercising can actually portend great danger for persons with acute back pain!
As a matter of fact, exercising might not really be possible for such persons therefore; it is not a good idea to recommend exercising to people with acute back pain!
On the other hand, if what you have is chronic back pain, then a systematic or regular exercise regimen can typically be endorsed by your physician.
Now, you might want to know the difference between acute back pain and chronic back pain. The major difference is that acute back pain is usually a sudden onset of sharp back pain, which can typically continue over a short period of time, while chronic back pain is a condition that continues over an extended period of time. Thus, it is prolonged or slow to heal.
This is why persons suffering from chronic back pain are advised to visit their doctors or physiotherapists who will usually come up with an exercise regimen that will suit their need.
The following exercises are useful for chronic back pain sufferers:
Stretching exercises and
Aerobic exercises are the kind of exercises that makes your heart rate to be raised for a certain period of time. Yes, it is typically referred to as cardio or cardiovascular exercises and it is recommended that you do thirty minutes of aerobic exercises at least three times per week.
However, you might want to know the relevance of this type of exercises to a person with chronic back pain; well, it has been proven that aerobic exercises are excellent for working out the muscles especially, the large muscles of the back.
Furthermore, jogging, walking, and swimming are suitable aerobic exercises for persons with chronic back pain. Nevertheless, exercises that involve vigorous banding, twisting like rolling, and contact sports like hockey, basketball or football should be avoided as these might cause further damage to the back.
And for the sake of emphasis, you need to avoid high-impact exercises or activities especially, if you are suffering from any form of disc conditions.
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