Health pack for back pain or lumbago
- Pidantak vati – Divya Pidantak Vati is an herbal preparation from Divya pharmacy that may prove very effective in getting rid of back pain. It is a recommended herbal medicine by many ayurvedic doctors. It is also effective in treating arthritis.
- Trayodashang Guggulu – Divya Trayodashang Guggulu is one of the effective herbal medicines for treating all sorts of pain. It is also recommended in upper back pain as well. It works like a pain killer but it does not have any side effects like a pain killer being ayurvedic in origin.
- Ashwagandha Churan – Divya Ashwagandha churan is an ayurvedic herbal preparation that helps in reducing vata in the body that is the main source of pain in the body. It is very helpful in reducing pain and stiffness in the body. It s also effective in improving blood circulation thus improving the muscle condition. It also has certain amount of whithinoids that provides strength in the body.
- Yograj guggulu – Divya yograj guggulu is an effective herbal ayurvedic medicine that is useful in reducing pains in the body specially back pain. It is effective in reducing the stiffness as well as improves circulation the back region.
- Vrihat vata chintamani ras – Divya Vrihat Vata Chintamani ras is one of the most effective herbal ayurvedic supplements that is helpful in lowering the vata in the body. Vata is the element that initiates pains as well as stiffness in the body.
- Pidantak oil – Pidantak oil is an effective pain relieving oil from the house of baba ram dev that helps in reducing pain and stiffness brings about relief from the pain. It also improves blood circulation that is essential for normal function of the body.
How to use the health pack for back pain.
Mix all the ingredients 1 to 6 in a grinder and make a powder out of it. Consume 1 teaspoon two times a day with warm water.
Apply pidantak oil on the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes and follow by hot fomentation.
What Is Lower Back Pain or Lumbago?
Lumbago is a term that is used interchangeably for lower back pain. This pain occurs in the lower spine region of the vertebral column. This pain usually starts as a dull discomforting pain but can increase to an unbearable severe pain in a few months. If the pain continues beyond three months, it usually becomes a chronic condition.
Lower back pain can be caused due to a host of conditions such as poor posture at work, strain during physical activity and even wrong sleeping postures. More and more youngsters are falling prey to these pains in recent times because of their sedentary lifestyles that include desk jobs. Health experts foresee that this might cause a spurt in people complaining about back pains in the current generation.
Current statistics reveal that at least 8 in every 10 adults have experienced lumbago at some point in their lives.
What Are the Causes of Lower Back Pain?
Lower back pain is often quite difficult to pinpoint and hence it is also difficult to ascertain its cause. If the muscles of the lower back, i.e. in the region from the lowest rib to the coccyx, develop any kind of tear at any point, then it could give rise to these pains. It is not easy to pinpoint where this tear might have taken place.
However, in every 1 in 4 cases, a specific cause can be identified. Some of these specific causes are:-
- A slipped disk (the disk is the intervertebral disk which lies between two vertebrae)
- An injury to the vertebral column that results in a fracture
- Osteoporosis which causes vertebral bones to become brittle
- Irregularities in the curvature of the spinal column
- Tumors or specific kinds of infections that affect the lower back region.
Apart from these, there are several seemingly innocent reasons that might be causing back pain.
- Back Pain due to Occupations – If the daily work of the person involves a lot of bending and stretching, and exerting the back in any manner, it could leave a nasty back pain behind. The person will observe this if there is back pain to the point that requires massaging after the workday is over.
- Back Pain due to Carrying Bags – School and college students usually carry heavy bags on their shoulders, and so do trekkers, mountaineers and other sports people. Such heavy loads on the shoulders could cause severe back pain issues.
- Back Pain due to Workouts – It is seen that people who work out too much without expert supervision are often prone to suffering from back-related issues.
- Back Pain due to Incorrect Postures – Good posture is extremely vital to good back health. People who sit for long periods of time, usually people with desk jobs, often slouch while sittings. This puts added pressure on the spine, which can become aggravated in the long run.
What Are the Common Symptoms of Lower Back Pain?
Lower back pain can be easily detected because its symptoms are quite specific.
- The patient experiences a pain in the lower back region, i.e. in the region between the lowest rib and the buttocks.
- The pain always originates in this region but it might extend to other parts of the body such as the thighs.
- The pain might increase when there is movement.
- The back feels stiff and sore even if there is no pain.
- In extreme cases, sciatica might be caused, which is a numb feeling in the buttocks or thighs.
- It might also cause changes in posture in aggravated cases.
The symptoms mentioned above make their presence felt over a period of time. They begin small and then might aggravate. It is best to get medical help when the situation is just beginning. In most cases, this problem can be nipped in the bud itself.
However, in some cases, urgent medical assistance is required. If you have had a fall recently or some other kind of injury, which leaves behind an excruciating pain in the lower back, then you must report to a doctor immediately. This could be the start of a severe chronic issue.
At times, lower back pain can manifest itself through other symptoms. The following are some indirect symptoms of lower back pain issues that might also point to underlying chronic problems:-
- Weakness or cramps in the legs that occur too frequently
- Loss of bladder or bowel control
- Pains that arise during coughing or urinating
The above symptoms should not be neglected under any circumstances.
Back Pain due to Chronic Issues
There are a few chronic issues that might give rise to back pains.
- Herniated Disk – This happens if the cartilage between the vertebrae of the spinal column undergoes excessive wear and tear. When that happens, it removes the lubrication of the vertebral movements. This can cause extreme pains whenever the person tries to move the back in specific ways.
- Spinal Stenosis – The spinal cord passes through the hollow region in the vertebrae. There is some free space around the cord. If this space is constricted, it can lead to pains.
- Spondylitis – This can occur due to an inflammation of the joints in the spinal column.
- Fibromyalgia – This is a condition that cause pains that resemble muscle pains in various regions of the body, including the lower back.