How To Stop Sciatic Nerve Pain And Back Pain With Just a Tennis Ball

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The most common causes of chronic back pain are accidents and sports injuries, as well as inactivity, obesity, and poor posture.  In most cases, back pain resolves on its own in about a month, but you can always accelerate your recovery.

As soon as the pain appears, try to relax, and apply ice on the painful area. You can try acupuncture or chiropractic care, as well as some anti-inflammatory herbs like Boswellia, curcumin, and ginger.

As our brain remembers any pain that lasts more than a couple of minutes, so try to address your emotions, in order to stimulate the innate capacity of the body to heal itself.

Sciatic nerve pain is another serious health issue, that occurs when your sciatic nerve gets pinched in your lower back. Its symptoms can be drastically relieved with the help of stretching, especially by performing stretches like Pigeon pose, Piriformis stretch, Seated hip stretch, and Self-trigger point therapy using a tennis ball or foam roller.

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