Most people experience non-specific back pain. In this case, no specific cause can be found for the persistent complaints. Also called low back pain, lumbago, or spit, this pain often occurs in the lower back. Possible causes for non-specific back pain are:
- Wrong posture
- Exercising your back too often and for a long time
- Improper form while lifting
- Being overweight
- Lots of driving
Do you find yourself complaining about back pain? Don’t walk around with this too long. Consult a doctor to determine the cause, especially if the pain is severe, lasts longer than six weeks, causes tingling or numbness or radiates to other places. A doctor will be able to diagnose and treat you in the right way to reduce the symptoms.
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