All of the above a correct. Pain is the symptom of inflammation, and this also needs to be addressed. Inflammation can be present anywhere in the body, and hyper sensitise cells elsewhere and the chemcials responsible travel through the blood.
Pain can also radiate that is present some where else in the body that isn't the actual cause.
I am not saying that lower back pain doesn't start with incorrect posture, muscle fatigue from not being strong, or even nerve irritation from all of the above. I am suggesting however, that pain can present from the internal organs that feed through the lower back region.
From clinical experience, there are several things that can contribute to lower back pain that isn't back muscle related.
- Eating foods that irritates their intestines - gut
- Constipation and the build up of chemicals in the cells/blood in the lower bowel
- Eating foods loaded with chemicals that the body is struggling to detoxify.
- Dysymbiosis which is the imbalance between good and bad bacteria in the gut.
From a food perspective, it is invaluable to look at your diet - even health foods if they irritate can cause pain. A dietitian or nutritionist will be able to help you with this.
Then it is about limiting, preferrably avoiding these foods and taking nutrients - anti inflammatories to help stop the pain cycle.
Keep the bowels moving it vital. All blood flow from the bowel goes t the liver, and if there is a back log, then the chemical load is higher, sometimes higher than the liver to process. The result? More potentially toxic chemicals floating around your body from the gut irritating cells every where else too.
My suggestion is to look at your diet, take a good quality probiotic, drink water, consider a broad spectrum mineral salts (from the health food shop), a good quality multi mineral, consider your bowel habits, exercise level, type and strength. See trained professionals such as dietitian, physio and get out there and move in a safe way. Your body will respond and you will feel better for it.
To your health.
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