I’ve had all sorts of health issues over the years and that’s what led me to creating my first blog. I want to share my ideas and experiences – Hopefully this will help some of you!
Back pain can be extremely difficult to bear, it puts one’s entire body into discomfort and the indescribable pain is very hard to function with, even sleeping with it becomes a problem. The back pain problem for me began at a very young age – I assumed it was because my online work required me to spend hours sitting. The pain would be low and usually go away once I was well rested and had taken a few painkillers. I later learned that the pain did not have much to do with my job but was actually termed as nonspecific pain and occurred in many people, for reasons unknown.
The problem worsened when I realized that even two painkillers were not helping at all. The pain also seemed to have incremented and it came to the point that it made me so restless that I lost my appetite, could not work easily, and sleep deprivation became an old friend. I then decided to take it seriously, although I advise others to take it seriously beforehand before it gets worse.
The doctor was able to tell me as much as I had already gathered from my time spent restlessly searching online and recommended other painkillers that did work eventually. The pain eased with their help but the key point was to keep active. This greatly affected my life, seeing as I did work a computer based job. Having to take a break from that seemed like the only option as I could not work with consistent back pains either.
The day I dropped the job I so loved doing was upsetting, I never realized it would come to this when I first experienced that bout of pain. My family’s support was endless, which is probably I got through with this crisis in my life. As per the doctor’s recommendations, I focused more on physical exercise. Helped around in the house more, which is probably a positive aspect to having the wretched back pain. My hangouts with friends became more of exercises like bike riding and morning jogs became a norm. The exercise helped my physical body as well as the pain. Within two weeks, the pain was significantly lower, if it did occur. I also know that going back to my job would likely bring the pain back, so I found the same job as office-based this time and only worked part time so that I could have a lot of time to maintain my physical activity.
All of this happened two years ago and since then, I have found a way to deal with the pain (the people at my Stem Cell Therapy Clinics have been so helpful!). I am not using painkillers regularly anymore and only when the pain becomes severe do I make use of them. I am glad those days are rare though. The exercise seemed a hassle to me but now it is routine and I cannot go without it. I work at an office and exercise all weekdays. Weekends are my time and I relax as much as possible, not caring about anything. Most of all, I am no longer stressing over why my lower back aches so much, which is probably the biggest relief of all.
I would recommend Patient Stem Cell Therapy for anyone suffering in pain.