Back pains and aches are the most common problems. These short exercises will help you have a healthy spine.
It is true Back pains and aches are the most common problems even the healthiest of us may experience on a daily basis. One in three persons will suffer back pain every year. Â There are many causes some obviouse some very inconspicuouse.Â
Office work, a lot of sitting down and lack of movement (or on the contrary â€“ a lot of heavy lifting and straining your back) can significantly damage your health.
Looking after your spine and having a healthyback is essential for our overall health â€“ these really simple exercises will help you combat back problems and strengthen your spine even if you do not have enough time to go to the gym regularly.
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