The muscles, nerves and bones of the spine are often responsible for back pain. It is a common problem. Both men and women can be affected. It is most common between the ages of 30 and 50. This is due to the aging process, but also because of poor exercise habits.
What causes back pain?
Sometimes back pain does not have a cause. These conditions are often associated with back pain:
Ligament strain: Repetitive heavy lifting or an awkward movement can cause strain to muscles and ligaments.
Bulging and ruptured discs: The disks act as cushions between individual vertebrae (vertebrae), in your spine. Sometimes the soft material in a disk can burst or rupture, putting pressure on a nerve.
Spinal Degeneration: A narrowing of the spinal canal can result from disc wear. Spinal degeneration can cause stiffness or pain in the back, or it may be caused by prolonged standing or walking.
Osteoarthritis: Arthritis can cause lower back pain. Spinal stenosis is a condition where arthritis can cause narrowing of the space around your spinal cord.
Skeletal irregularities in Back Pain can result from a spine that curves in an unusual way. Scoliosis is a condition where your spine curves towards the side. This can also lead to back problems.
Osteoporosis Compression fractures can occur in your spine’s vertebrae if your bones become porous or brittle.
Fibromyalgia is This chronic condition causes widespread musculoskeletal pain and fatigue. It also has multiple tender points, especially in the neck, spine and shoulders.
Spondylitis is a chronic back condition that results from severe inflammation or infection of the spinal joints.
How to treat back pain
These are the most common symptoms of lower back pain:
- A dull and aching sensation in the lower back.
- You feel a burning or stinging sensation from your lower back to your thighs.
- After standing or stringing for a long time, you may feel uncomfortable.
- It can be difficult to stand straight.
- Walking is difficult.
- You may feel muscle spasms in your lower back, hips, and pelvis.
The Ayurvedic Explanation
According to Ayurveda health problems can be caused by imbalances in your dosha. A disruption in your vata dosha can cause back pain. This imbalance can make bones and muscles weaker. The Ayurvedic treatment for back pain restores equilibrium to your vata and promotes full-body healing.
Ayurveda treatment for back pain
Ayurvedic treatments for back pain are holistic and focus on many aspects of health. Ayurveda recommends modifying your diet and using herbal remedies to relieve back pain. The following are some of the Ayurveda treatments for back pain:
Vasthi: Ingestion of prescribed oils and decoctions via the anorectal route. It works on the affected areas as the colon is believed to be the seat for Vata. Vata imbalance can be corrected by using an enema. This can help reduce back pain by strengthening bones and joints.
Abhyanga Massage performed on the body with warm medicated oil. This is a key component of Ayurveda back pain treatment. Abhyanga is a way to relieve back pain by balancing doshas.
Agnikarma – Agnikarma refers to the use of thermal microcautery, where an instrument called Agnikarma Shalaka heats specific areas to relieve pain. This Ayurvedic treatment can provide relief for lower back pain. This can be used to quickly relieve back pain.
These therapies, along with others such as Dhanyamla dhara and Vamana, Podikizhi and Elakizhi and Pizhichil and Vasti, Vasti and Navarakizhi and Kati vasti and Pichu, are based on the severity and nature back pain.
How to eat and what you eat:
Poor diet and lifestyle can lead to back pain in many people. You can reduce back pain by making some changes to your diet and eating habits.
- Set meal times and intervals.
- Warm and adequate food.
- Avoid spicy and oily foods
- Avoid junk food, aerated beverages, and ice creams.
- Do not eat too late at night.
- Keep a minimum of one hour between bedtime and dinner.
You can get relief from back pain with Ayurveda Treatment. Krishnendu Ayurveda has a systematic way of treating back pain. We plan a personalized treatment that is specific to each person’s symptoms.