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Treat your back pain naturally

Considering the fact that the majority or between 70 and 90 percent of the population will experience some sort of back pain at one time or another, knowledge about back pain relief is certainly welcome, appreciated and a popular topic. One of the best ways to begin learning about back pain relief is by  understanding the basics of back pain: what causes it, how it’s diagnosed, what treatments are available, how to manage the pain, etc.

NATUROPATHIC SPECIALIST – Naturopathic medicine refers to natural substances or remedies massage as treatments. Doctors in this field are educated in nutrition and herbal, botanical, homeopathic and Chinese medicines (and acupuncture). They may also treat with hands-on procedures and lifestyle consultations where preventative measures are a focus.



These specialists may refer you to your family doctor and may also coordinate healthcare activities before, during and after your back pain episode for overall improved wellness. Often for back pain relief, they may advise natural supplements like herbal medicines or minerals along with dietary modifications. And physical therapy; acupuncture or message, combined with stress management and relaxation therapy may be added in for good measure.

There are a number of different ways you can treat your back pain naturally: vitamins, minerals, herbs, nutrition, and homeopathy medicine. Some will help heal your back pain and others are dangerous, so it’s best to consult with a physician or nurse practitioner before taking anything and never, ever exceed recommended dosages. The FDA has no control over natural supplements, so it does not recommend them. That doesn’t mean, though, that all supplements are bad. Some medications turn out to be unsafe, too, despite rigorous trials
and testing. The bottom line is to research every product you consider taking and make sure you get supplements from a reputable source, like a health food store. Everybody’s chemistry is different and reacts differently, so if you are considering taking a supplement equivalent to a pharmaceutical, you may still have some side effects. There are many natural supplements that can be found in supermarkets and drug stores. You may have to check health food stores for more obscure supplements. Like any kind of medication that you buy over the counter, you’ll have a choice between the store brand and name brands. Store brands are perfectly safe to use and are less expensive because you don’t have to pay for advertising You can also buy supplements over the internet, but you should be sure you buy from a reputable source so you know exactly what you are getting. Do some research and ask around to find out which online suppliers are the best and most reputable.


Listed below are some natural supplement treatments that have been shown to help alleviate back pain. When dosages are listed, you should know that if you are particularly thin or heavy, you should consult an expert before taking the
supplement. And remember, natural supplements will not relieve pain immediately, but have to be taken for weeks or sometimes even months before you see results.

Vitamins and Minerals:


VITAMIN E - 400 IU daily; anti-inflammatory
VITAMIN C - 250-500mg twice daily
ZINC - 30 mg twice daily; anti-inflammatory
CALCIUM - 600mg daily; strengthens bones
BORON - 1-3 mg daily with food; helps the body absorb calcium and magnesium
MAGNESIUM - 250 mg daily; strengthens bones and relaxes muscles
COPPER - 2 mg daily
GLUCOSAMINE SULFATE: 500 mg. three times daily. Can rebuild cartilage in joints and has been studied by the American College of Rheumatology as an effective treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
NIACINAMIDE: 500 mg three times daily; anti-inflammatory and heals damaged cartilage. Can cause liver damage and aggravate diabetes, low blood pressure, ulcers, and glaucoma, so have a doctor monitor you if you take this supplement.

Anti-inflammatory


BROMELAIN: 500 mg three times daily
CURCUMIN: 400-600 mg three times daily; sometimes mixed with ginger, curcumin has not been studied in clinical trials, but herbalists use it as an anti-inflammatory.

Do not fall into the trap of thinking that a lack of effectiveness or the experience of side effects are things that must be tolerated without question. Many different  drugs are available and improvements in pharmacology bring us more and better alternatives as time goes one. Regular contact with a physician is necessary to make sure the course of medication one is on is indeed the best available.

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