Causes Of Back Pain
Unfortunately, some people think you “catch” back pain like a cold, or it hits you when you reach a certain age or your predisposed to it because of genetics…
None of those are true.
The main reasons are due to imbalances. Both physical and nutritional.
It’s a lot less glamorous than being at the wrong place at the wrong time and falling victim to the excruciating experience of lower back pain.
Here are the obvious reasons for a physical imbalance:
Trauma. Some type of accident where you hurt yourself and your back is in pain afterwards.
Wear/Tear: Repetitive movements wear out joints (including your vertebrae) overtime.
Less obvious ones:
Muscular imbalances due to overuse of certain movements and muscles. Especially if you do the same thing over and over for an extended period of time.
The obvious nutritional ones are:
Dehydration. Depriving your body of fluids (water) reduces the discs between your vertebrae allowing friction between them, resulting in inflammation and eventually causing pain.
Food allergies and intolerances. These also cause inflammation.
A less obvious and more insidious is the accumulation of toxins overtime.