Health junkie or not, you know how important it is to drink water. The human body is made up of over 50% water, and if you aren’t properly hydrated, your body will feel the negative effects of dehydration like dizziness, headaches, and even fainting. Not only that, but dehydration could even be the cause of your back pain! Here’s what you need to know.
You recently had a new addition to the family, and you thought that your back pain would end with the pregnancy. As time goes on, you are increasing stress on your back as you spend more time carrying and bending over your baby. For a number of new parents, that leads to new back pain, too. We have some suggestions to help you reduce that pain!
The holiday season has just begin, meaning many of us are preparing for holiday travel to visit family and friends. While we can't wait to see our loved ones, the stress and strains of travel are not something to look forward to. Traveling is only worse for those already suffering from back and neck pain, and holiday travel can be a particularly stressful and painful time. We’ve put together some tips on how to minimize that pain.