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 Can a bed cause lower back problems?

Answer On One Hand: No, a bed does not cause lower back issuesPrescribing bed rest for low back pain is common, according to the New England Journal of Medicine. Laying down can take pressure off the spin... Read More »
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Lower back problems?

Yes U need to see a doctor. The popping Ur hearing is not normal & my guess is it's a ruptured disc or two. Please remember this. All we do to our bodies (lifting too much) we pay for by feeling... Read More »
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Extreme lower back problems!?

I'd go to a&e, especially since you said it's gone numb, that's usually something that needs checking right away, otherwise you risk nerve damage.
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How to Massage a Lower Back With Disc Problems?

According to The Mayo Clinic, massage can be an effective treatment for lower back pain. While useful to treat the pain associated with a slipped disc, massage therapy only provides short term reli... Read More »
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Does abdominal exercise help lower back problems?

On One Hand: Exercise Strengthens the Core MusclesLifting, bending, and stretching are all triggers for severe back pain, or "throwing out" your back. The stronger your muscles are, the less likely... Read More »
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