This book is not just for athletes though. All back sufferers are benefiting from the well written and concise tips for getting over back injury fast. The success of Top 10 Cures for Sciatica is because of the careful reviews of best products that provide pain relief. Many books on back pain talk about therapy, causes and doctors -- and this book covers those issues as well.
The true value of "Top 10 Cures For Sciatica" is the products evaluated. People are looking for immediate relief from back pain. Some of the items evaluated scientifically reduce back pain over 40% in studies.
Today is the day for young people to write in about back pain. Here is a 20-something year old male worrying about Sciatica. I think worry is a problem to have so young, but fortunately a simple stretch (can you say free and fast) daily can prevent a lifetime of pain.
Here's the Q/A.
Can I get Sciatica pain? (from Zack)
Hello, to start I am an in shape 21 yea old male with no backpain history. I have had back pain for the past week plus, I had a bad deal with in september also. My back has a lot of tightness in it and some lower back pain. But the pain is not anything serious, I am able to go about my daily schedule without
A young reader asks a questions about backpain from sitting:
About two weeks ago I noticed some lower back pain when standing up from sitting. Yesterday and today it hurts so bad to get up that I clench my teeth when I stand. It's so low that it's about where I'd think my tailbone is. It's not a large area that hurts its right in the middle(also why I think it might be my tailbone). I haven't fallen or been exercising excessively. It's about two inches down from the top of my butt. I am only 18 and relatively healthy.
We all assume back pain is a problem for older adults, or those who have been in accidents. However, even teenagers are susceptible to the agonizing pain of sciatica and back pain.
In this readers' forum a 16yr-old reports agonizing pain, and asks how to get relief. You can read her question and my reply below:
A GENTLE READER ASKS:
Severe back pain, wont go away?
I'm 16, and 5'10 female...so pretty tall. For years I've always had some sort of back pain, I just put it down to the fact that I'm growing. But for the last few months the pain has gone from a 3 to 8 out of 10. I don't have a job so I can't blame it on working tohard,I
A reader seeks to find an answer to the chronic back pain. The answer is often something called fatigue. Read on to learn more about this debilitating problem:
A readers writes:
"Chronic back pain? Causes? Solutions?
So, I've been suffering from back pain for almost three years, but nothing major. In the past six months, however, it has worsened considerably. I wake up in the middle of the night because of it; when I cough I can feel it in my back; it stops me from enjoying some things.
The problem is that it isn't limited to any specific part of my back. All along my spine from in between my shoulder blades down to my tail bone all along both sides of my spine, it hurts. Recently, it has mostly been in the middle of my back. I went to my family physician and got several blood tests and three x-rays done.