Herniated disc, prevention and tips if the herniation has already occurred.

The pain relieving expert explains. Herniated disc, prevention and tips if the herniation has already occurred.

Many people suffer from back pain. Some of them for years. On the streets of my hometown, I constantly see people walking on the street bent forward, for example, or avoiding certain movements of the back (Regardless of whether this is done consciously or unconsciously).

Intervertebral discs love varied movement. Why? So they are supplied with nutrients. Why? Intervertebral discs do not have blood vessels, the transport of nutrients into the discs is done by pulling the discs apart. The removal of waste products takes place by compressing the intervertebral discs. The whole thing works more or less like a sponge. This is also true if a slipped disc has occurred in the past. Rest is counterproductive here.

Of course, I´m not talking about right after surgery. Ideally, movement is a movement that ensures that a slipped disc does not happen or does not happen again.

Are you interested in this? Then get in touch with me. 🙂

In addition, an excellent support for the exercises is a rolling massage. The rolling massage stimulates the space between the cells. This helps to remove waste products from the connective tissue and stimulates repair processes in the fascia. I have already written a few articles about this. 🙂 Once again as a reminder: An operation or medication does not cure the cause of the complaints or the circumstance that caused them.

In my opinion, it is “only” a short-term break. The body would like to rebuild and balance what has been caused by the small and big sins of daily life. For this it needs building materials. If vitamins, minerals and trace elements are only available to a limited extent, many body processes can no longer run optimally. This includes protection against back pain or rapid regeneration after an incident. Logical, isn’t it?

In order to produce bio-available energy from low-quality food, the body needs more energy, but this energy could be better used in protecting its own structure or in regenerating the structure.

Does that make sense? I think so. Do you have any questions? Then let me know.

Oh, by the way, new appointments are possible. Get in touch.

See you next time.

Stay strong.


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