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It’s a commonly held belief that there is a direct link between cold weather and back pain. The question, however, is this: is there any scientific research that supports the claim that cold weather worsens back pain?
Your spine is a very important part of your body, allowing you to have the mobility you need to get through day to day activities. This is also why your spinal discs are incredibly important. However, spinal discs can easily develop annular tears. In fact, just about everyone who has aged beyond their teen years likely has annular tears. It is possible to avoid the development or worsening of existing tears by understanding the common causes of annular tears.
Research findings in the relatively new field of Regenerative Medicine have allowed spine expert, Dr. Kevin Pauza to define previously unknowable details of Ötzi the
Your lower back has two essential jobs: supporting the majority of your body’s weight and allowing your body to sit, stand, walk, and even lie down. This is why it’s so important to protect your lower back when sleeping with back pain.
Some young people have complained of experiencing chronic back pain, but degenerative disc disease usually isn’t considered a possible cause of their pain due to its association with older people.
Backpacks are an incredibly convenient way for both children and adults to carry the things they need throughout every day. Unfortunately, carrying all these items, while convenient, can place increased stress on your spine, especially if you’re carrying too much and not maintaining proper posture while wearing your backpack. This added stress, especially when placed upon the spine repetitively, can damage your spinal discs, leading to back pain, among other issues.