Does anyone know what is good for lower back pain?

Does anyone know what's good for lower back pain. Other then steroids n marijuana
Clara Barnes
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Magnesium oil

Teresa Farr
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I do a cabbage leaf

Ingrid Louis
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yoga

Michael Myles
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^ This

Sasha Durham 3 years

and Massage

Michael Hannah 3 years

And the right therapist type excercise

Michael Alvarado
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Hot epsom salt baths and a good chiropractor works for me.

Anzelle Colbert
A

Yes!! I second both of those!

Carolyn Pena 3 years

Build the core. İe crunches

Steven Sadler
S

Hot Epsom salt baths.

Darien Salazar
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Walking

Christine Kent
C

yoga

David Quinn
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Heating pad, ice, Epsom salt baths and stretching. I also use a TENS unit often on my back.

Jacinda Tompkins
J

lay down flat, put your hands along your sides, suck in your stomach as hard as you can, bent your knees (bringing your feet half way near your but flat) and lift your but of for about 10 seconds, repeat from 3 to 5/6 times first thing in the morning. Works for me, it realigns the spine. Keep it simple.

Carley Medeiros
C

Deep relief by YL!!!

Dasha Longoria
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Chiropractor

Tammy Meyer
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Do you drink coffee? It is a muscle inflammatory. Once I quit drinking coffee, most of my aches and pains went away. When I drink the occasional at breakfast, by evening, I feel the twinges.

Christina Fournier
C

No black tea or non organic coffee. That really helped me!

Darlene Pacheco
D

CBD oil is great for back pain.

Sheryl Molina
S

Cbd. Physical therapy. Yoga .

Shannon Knutson
S

MSM ........... But it takes a lot ..... Like 10 grams a day. Worked for me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5J73bwh3tY

Clint Hahn
C

Chiropractor

Colleen Pate
C

Copaiba essential oil from Doterra it works wonders

Robin Bowden
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Kelly Carrier
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Hydrotherapy, acupuncture

Beckii Oakley
B

Chiropractor!!! A few visits will change your life.

Melissa Torres
M

Chiropractor, yoga, stretching.

Gre Foster
G

Chiro, massage and PT.

Amanda Mckee
A

And Arnica gel.

Amanda Mckee 3 years

Walking, google stretches for low back pain. Do them twice a day.

Katrina Minor
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Chiro, panaway essential oil blend, eliminate inflammatory foods and heal the gut

Amy Connolly
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Do you have Coconuts in your country?

Ihekode Langford
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yoga

Michel Crandall
M

I am right there with you.... Been working on this for 3 months.. Started as a pinched nerve lower back caused trigger thumb and Knee pain right side.. Rest, exercise -movement and muscle relaxers the nerve is slowing getting some release.. My joints feel bone to bone.. ( used my whole Arsen of homeopathic stuff MSM, bromine tabs (broke out in a rash) Boswella.. Hit the heavier stuff Motrin started Doans pill tonight (took them 30 years ago then again 10 years ago)... İt has taken me 3 months to get to this point... My back is clicking and bending and movable ..

Sharon Fry
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Medication wise, Klonopin and Valium work wonders for back and neck muscular issues. If that isn't an option for you, I've had good luck with Lidocaine patches and cream, hot packs and hot baths in Epsom salt.

Tara Mcdonald
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Pilates

Jeff Penn
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Yoga, NLP, EFT

Clay Huggins
C

Also Baseline Nutritionals has a tincture that when you rub it on your sikn, it tells your body to Let Go.

Clay Huggins
C

Plank and fitness ball. That's what I do for my back and sciatica

Monica Eldridge
M

Yoga salute to the sun every morning when you get up first thing makes a great difference to my back

Jenny Cox
J

Massage

Sarah Cornelius
S

Heat and castor oil and eucalyptus oil (combined)massage.

Kylie Chamberlain
K

Network spinal analysis practitioner

San Brock
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And read dr John e Sarno or Dr John d Sarno

San Brock
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Find out what the main cause is

Stefani Stephens
S

Inversion table

Lynda Durham
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Physical therapy

Javier Dupree
J

Yoga. Lifting weights (perfect form and don't put weight on your shoulders).There is a yoga pose that helped me a lot. You put your butt against a wall, legs up and just laid that way for as long as you can every day. Another one is to hang using one of those abs straps and let your weight pull you down. Add weights little by little to help pull down... Or use an inversion table as suggested above. I put turmeric in my breakfast. You can try a turmeric patch right where the pain is and it will help reducing it enough to take the edge off. Best luck!

Sergio Grove
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Not advisable, unless under very close supervision by maybe a physical therapist. Gentle stretches, very gentle yoga may help. Best is a Chiropractor.

Sheila Trotter 3 years

What is not advisable? I wrote those comments based on my own personal experience. I have been in pain since I was 13 years old. Now I am not. Pain free for three months after trying and doing all of the above. I did say perfect forms and adding weights little by little.

Sergio Grove 3 years

Find out what the cause is. Could be kidney infection

Barbara Pagan
B

Chiropractor. Hands down.

April Gallo
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Chiropractor

Alanna Bacon
A

a TENS unit

Julie Harrison
J

Cupping

Khursheed Waldron
K

A therapy roller, stretch your hamstrings, lots of turmeric and ginger.

Try going to a message therapist and having your butt muscles done (I dunno how to spell their actual name)

Chantal Griggs
C

Hand Mudras. Just Google it. Sujok (Korean acupuncture)

Sangita Lozano
S

essential oils, check with an Aromatherapist

Mahasen Wiggins
M

Strengthen your kidneys with Dr morse kidney and bladder formula number 3 and he adrenal gland formula.

Louis Kaufman
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Massage

Annette Smallwood
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exercise

Eddie Huerta
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Chronic back pain from ruptured L-5 surgery in 1985, nerve damage, feet are numb/pain in feet and lower back. I have taken pain meds only occasionally through the years. 3 years ago I just got so sick of the pain I went on vicodin and all was good (not abusing) for 2 years until my Dr joined a large group, they kicked him out and told me "we don't do business that way". So I took nothing for 9 months and was back to just enduring the pain. Then I learned about Kratom a tree leaf from southeast Asia and Malaysia. I have taken Kratom for 2 months. About 2 weeks in I took too much as well as too much of a spice that I know restricts my ability to pee. Long story short I went to emergency room and had to have a catheter put in to release the urine before I could explode because I couldn't pee. I waited a week and went back on Kratom reduced the dose through experimentation found the right dose and eliminated the spice. So my pain is being managed and I think the catheter actually helped because I haven't peed this good since I was in my 30s. 62 now. So glad I found this stuff. Not legal in all states.

Bryon Cowan
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Stretching..... getting dragged by ankles one way then dragged opposite directions by wrists

Phil Hilliard
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Hypericum Perforatum = St Johns Wort,.. Amazing!

Bridgette Slaughter
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Acupuncture must be a professional not in some shopping centre, TENS machine, chan Lee style Thai Chi. Warm bath in Epson salts

Carmen Carlisle
C

Do some yoga!!! Here is a video from YouTube for gentle moves and relief— this way it is LONG LASTING RELIEF! I also teach virtual yoga. If you have any questions let me know https://youtu.be/YihfdoqIbfI

Concha Carson
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KRATOM

Aaron Teague
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https://www.amazon.com/HoneyBows-GREEK-FIRE-XS/dp/B073LM8NQW

Jennifer Mcclain
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Yoga exercisess work really well for me. Couple times a day.

Sue Hernandez
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Not always but most often lower back pain is a result of tight hip flexors. Knowing how to unlock them is key, I myself plan on buying this Book and Cd to learn how

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Miranda Holmes
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Address the kidneys. Take Dr morse Kidney and bladder number 1 and 3. You can get the formulas here http://www.ourbotanicals.com/

Louis Kaufman
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It's called Cannibis.... İf you can't call it by it's right name u need to research it's healing powers. If this sounds mean please don't take it that way

Phil Hilliard
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Lowering your oxidative stress- which is linked to so many health issues ranging from skin issues like eczema, mental issues like depression, and all the way to cancer. There's a few ways to treat your stress, but to find something trusted that works is key. I'd love to help

Autumn Pitts
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SCOTCH

Kat Smiley
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