Chronic Pain Video

7 Easy DIY exercises to reduce chronic pain

Lower back pain is common, and many things can cause it. Certain stretches for lower back pain can bring you relief and strengthen the inflamed muscles. Lower back pain might be a symptom of an underlying condition, like kidney stones or acute pancreatitis. Other times, it’s simply a side effect of a sedentary lifestyle or repetitive motions. While stretching isn’t a remedy for all lower back pain, in many instances, it can provide relief. Read on to learn seven stretching exercises that can help.
First, a few quick tips.

Stretch your lower back with safety and care. Be especially gentle and cautious if you have any type of injury or health concern. It’s best to talk with your doctor first before starting any new types of exercise. You can do these stretches once or twice a day. But if the pain seems to get worse, or you’re feeling very sore, take a day off from stretching.
Be mindful of your body’s limits and don’t push your body to do too much. Listen to your body and do what feels best for you in each moment.
As you go through these stretches, take your time and pay close attention to your breathing. Use your breath as a guide to making sure you don’t strain or overdo it. You should be able to breathe comfortably and smoothly throughout each pose or stretch.

In this video, we will share the 7 Easy DIY exercises to reduce chronic pain.
7. Child’s Pose
6. Knee-to-chest stretch
5. Piriformis stretch
4. Seated spinal twist
3. Pelvic tilt
2. Cat-Cow
1. Sphinx stretch

– intro 00:00
– Child’s Pose 01:14
– Knee-to-chest stretch 02:14
– Piriformis stretch 02:49
– Seated spinal twist 03:21
– Pelvic tilt 04:00
– Cat-Cow 04:35
– Sphinx stretch 05:08

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