Strengthen the lower back for pain management

 Strengthen the lower back for pain management Back pain is one of the most common health-related grievances in the world and the number one cause of work disability. This article provides you with information on various strategies to avoid back pain by creating a strong, painless back. Stand more and move more (the right way) for back health The two effective ways to prevent back pain are closely related. Minimizes being active and sitting. Both of these methods can improve muscle strength and coordination, reduce stiffness, and improve blood flow to reduce back pain and lower the risk of back pain in the first place. Often, back pain results from tension and muscle imbalance. For example, sitting for a long period of time shortens the iliac, psoas, and quadrilateral muscles that run from the lumbar region to the top of the femur and pelvis. If this muscle is chronically short, it can effectively pull the lower back (lumbar) forward and cause severe pain when standing up. Keeping thes

Actions to avoid for a comfortable sleep

 Actions to avoid for a comfortable sleep Sleep is one of the most mysterious phenomena in life. Like gravity and quantum field theory, you learn little by little every day, but still no one knows the exact reason why you should sleep. However, we are well aware that 6-8 hours of sleep is one of the cornerstones of health. Sleeping 6-8 hours a day is ideal for most adults, and sleeping too much or too little is unhealthy. Lack of sleep has become so common today that there are times when you don't even know you have a lack of sleep. Scientists who study sleep show that lack of sleep can have serious health effects over a long period of time. For example, if you wake up in the middle or you can't sleep properly: A sharp decline in the immune system Accelerated tumor growth-tumors grow 2-3 times faster in experimental animals with severe sleep disturbances Causes a pre-diabetes condition, which can lead to hunger and weight loss even after eating First case of severe memory impai

5 signs suggesting a vitamin D deficiency

 One of the most read by readers on Dr. Mercola's website is an article about vitamin D deficiency. What are the risks of vitamin D deficiency? How can you tell if you are suffering from a vitamin D deficiency? And what are the benefits of raising your vitamin D levels? Vitamin D deficiency is a very common phenomenon around the world, but many people erroneously believe that they are not in danger. This is because they are consuming vitamin D fortified foods such as milk. Very few foods naturally contain therapeutic levels of vitamin D, and even vitamin D fortified foods do not contain enough vitamin D to support your health needs. Despite the name of vitamin D, vitamin D is actually a steroid hormone that is primarily obtained through sun exposure, not through ingestion. Vitamin D deficiency has reached epidemic levels around the world because most dermatologists and other doctors recommend people stay out of the sun and use sunscreen before they go out of the door. Given the imp