At some point, everyone will suffer from back pain. Some people suffer more often than most but the good news is there are several back pain remedies that may help you. These remedies can help with the pain and even prevent it from happening.
There are many remedies out there and which one you choose depends on the what is causing your problem. If you are experiencing muscle pain due to a strain or injury then a hot bath or heating pad will help relax your tender spots. For just a general aching from everyday life stress a massage can get you feeling 100% again.
If the injury just occurred then a cold compress will help keep the muscles from becoming inflamed and speeding your recovery. Hot compresses are best 42 hours after the injury occurred as the warmth relaxes the muscles and increases blood flow.
Taking medication such as aspirin or ibuprofen can help with swelling and numb the area enough for you to relax the muscles but I do not recommend them. Your body has the power to release the proper chemicals to the injured area and begin repairs but it will not know to do that if you cover up the pain with medications.
Some other back pain remedies deal with causes of your pain and not the actual pain. These can include sleeping on a good mattress and taking frequent breaks to stretch if you are confined to a desk all day. An old mattress can put your back in a bad position causing daily back problems. Making sure your work station is an ergonomic fit for you is just as important for your back, neck, eyes and your whole body.
Some of the best remedies are the ones that prevent back pain before it gets you. Make a list of the things you do through out the day that make you notice your back and find ways of eliminating or improving the conditions under which you perform those tasks.