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Back pain and its incidence
One of the most common and universal of pains is back pain or low backache. It can range from dull, intermittent to shooting, sharp, constant pains. Back pain could be a one-off condition or it could also turn chronic and at times debilitating.
Soreness, an ache or shooting or bouts of pain in the lower back, upper back or middle region is pretty common and constant with any age group. It can happen anytime, anywhere and anyplace. Sometimes, it could be short-lived or it could be a nagging bothersome pain that is affecting your movement and daily life.
Typically, back pain is accompanied by a tingling or burning sensation, rigidity, and stiffness and even feeling numb in certain areas. The pain is not just concentrated in the lower back region but it could also radiate to the legs and buttock regions.
Why does back pain happen? Does it affect all?
What are the many reasons back pain occurs? Well, it could be a sudden reaction or a catch to sudden unexpected movements, lifting heavy things, twisting or shifting heavy things. Additionally, age, overweight issues, a back injury, spinal issues and problems, a fall, accident, posture issues or even a slipped disk occurrence are reasons why you get back pain.
There is also another more apparent and common cause for back pain these days. The incidence of back pain is increasing and triggered by stress, long working hours and deadlines, continued sitting for long hours, lack of movement and exercise and this typically targets the younger and middle aged working professionals.
Some key back pain statistics show that over 70% people are affected by back pain at some point of their life. And it affects any age group and more so women.
Ayurveda and back pain- Ayurvedic cure for back pain
In the alternative healthcare regime, the time-honored, established and revered ‘Science of Life’, Ayurveda can be of great help. Basically, Ayurveda attributes back pain issues with an imbalance of certain physical constituents in our body and from the Ayurveda angle, the causes or reasons for back pain is the excess or a dosha of the Vata constituent in our body. And if we address the Vata dosha, then pain also reduces.
If you are seeking Ayurvedic relief for back pain or lower back pain and want to know of the many Ayurveda therapies for back pain, there are many prescribed treatments for back pain in Ayurveda. And Ayuryogashram, an Ayurvedic health resort in Thrissur Kerala also follows the prescribed Ayurvedic treatment for back pain.
The first step in the Ayurvedic treatment for back pain is to treat or address the vitiated, aggravated ‘vata dosha’. Thereby, when we help balance the affected dosha, then pains, aches and all related symptoms will also be lessened.
The prescribed Ayurveda treatment for back pain also includes the sister Science, Yoga. Specific Yoga asanas, exercises and regular practice of this also helps steady, strengthen and fortify the back muscles and thus you are back pain-free.
Ayurvedic treatment always works on finding the root cause of the disease and nipping it right there. And thus, Ayurvedic cure for back pain has many prescribed processes. Therefore, the Ayurveda treatment for back pain, lower back pain and spinal issues include:
A good Abhyanga, oil massage, wherein warm, medicated oil is poured and massaged following certain techniques so as to restore blocked energies.
Another Ayurvedic treatment for back pain is Swedana, is a more traditional steam therapy, wherein it is believed that steam opens pores and thus releases toxins, reduces inflammation and gradually heals the pain affected areas in the back.
Different types of basti which is a type of enema will also help remove toxins from the body and restore and balance the vata dosha.
Dhara is another Ayurveda therapy for back pain, wherein medicated oil, herbal infused oils, milk or liquids are steadily and continuously poured on to the forehead and this in turn has a very beneficial effect on all parts of the body including the back.
One other Ayurveda therapy for back pain is Panchakarma. A complete panchakarma treatment that includes all stages of the Panchakarma therapy will definitely help restore the body’s metabolism, the dosha balance will be restored, one will feel rejuvenated and revitalized and the overall nervous system will definitely feel revived and invigorated and thus back pain will be a closed chapter.
By engaging and following the regimented Ayurveda treatment for back pain, you can definitely experience the Ayurvedic relief for back pain. Also regular Yoga practice and exercises will also ensure that you do not suffer another bout of back pain.
At Ayuryogashram, the beautiful, health resort nestled in a beautiful hamlet with the surrounding nature playing an inviting host, you can engage in any Ayurveda therapy for back pain, lower back pain or even spinal issues. Additionally, we offer many traditional Ayurvedic therapies and treatments for other illnesses like knee pain, migraines, arthritis etc. In addition, you can find effectual answers for lifestyle diseases like obesity, diabetes and stress at our health resort.
Ayuryogashram is a Government approved ayurvedic centre, functioning in a place called Parlikad in Thrissur district of Kerala since 2001. A green valley with open paddy fields on two sides of the National highway and railway and rubber plantations and small hillocks bordering it. Able to envisage the nature's beauty? Visit us to get the best ayurvedic treatment for your back pain with the nature's delight. It is a place for you to relax from your routine work schedule.
Experienced Ayurvedic Medical Team
Dr.K. Muralidharan Pillai MD
Chief Physician & Government's Best Doctor award winner
Dr.Julie Michael BAMS
*Two separate teams of physiotherapists to handle treatments to ladies and gents in separate room.