Don’t put up with back pain problems

It’s that dull, thudding ache that can creep up on you slowly and spell disaster for your plans that day. Mild to moderate back pain problems might not have the severity of chronic back pain, but they can still put a real spanner in the works when it comes to leading an active, healthy lifestyle. Whatever you do, don’t dismiss your mild back pain problems. Reach for a remedy that will help to soothe your pain and bring and end to your discomfort.

What causes mild back pain?

Back pain is a sign that the tissue surrounding the nerve endings in your back has been damaged, often as a result of muscle strain. Sometimes, back pain problems can build up over time, particularly if you put continuous pressure on the same muscles through your profession or any repetitive activities in your daily routine. Some of the common causes are;

  • Lifting incorrectly
  • Twisting or overstretching
  • Bad posture
  • Sleeping on a sagging mattress
  • Being overweight
  • Energetic activity after a long period of inactivity

What are the symptoms?

  • Mild pain in your back, sometimes concentrated in one area
  • Difficulty in bending forward and leaning back

What can you do to ease lower back pain?

Fortunately, with a common problem like mild back pain, there are many remedies that can help ease the pain. Oral medication with ibuprofen, like Nurofen Back Pain Caplets can target the source of back pain fast and provide effective relief. You can also try a topical remedy, like Nurofen Back Pain Heat Patches, which sit on the surface of the skin to soothe aching muscles.

Nurofen products for lower back pain relief:

Tablets

Topical remedies

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