TopicSciatica Stretching Exercises - Get Sciatica Relief Now

  • Wed 19th Sep 2018 - 7:02am

    When you hear the term lumbar spasms, it sounds as  Joint Flx  though it is something that will just pass and can be dealt with through pain relievers or an adequate amount of rest. But the truth is far from this common misconception. Lumbar spasms cause a lot of pain, especially since your lumbar spine muscles are at the center of your body, therefore any small movement will trigger pain once you are experiencing a lumbar spasm. Many patients who are suffering from lumbar spasms need to be confined in the hospital or go on bed rest for several days, while properly medicated with pain relievers and muscle relaxants. Lumbar spasms will steal time and money from you. They will not only keep you from being productive and doing whatever you want to do, they will also cost you a lot in terms of medication and treatment.

    The International Association for the Study of Pain IASP defines pain as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage. This is an important definition as it recognises that pain is an emotion, a sensory experience and a response to 'actual' and 'potential' injury. Even if there is significant damage, if something else is more important then the brain can prioritise and 'block off' the danger cues to enable escape or other actions. For example, if you were crossing the road and trod on a nail you would expect this to hurt nail into foot, tissue damage, brain receives danger signals from foot via spinal cord and responds with pain to motivate a limp, shout etc. However, if you were to tread on the nail and a bus was careering towards you, the foot would be the least of your worries!


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