Smokers rarely carry and give enough nutrients to the back discs. “Smoker’s cough” can cause back pain. Smokers tend to take longer to recover from any ailments, so back pain may also take longer to disappear.
Some conditions such as ankylosing spondylitis, which is a type of arthritis that affects the spine, is believed to have a genetic component.
A diet high in calories, sugars, and fats make weight gain easy. This excess weight causes stress to the spine and joints. Pain arises as the spine struggles to carry so much weight.
Back pain is more common with age. Back pain can begin between the ages of 30 and 40 and can be more severe if the person does not have a healthy lifestyle.
Some types of arthritis and cancer can cause back pain.
The culprit of most back pain, it can be adopted when lifting, pushing, or pulling heavy things, sitting for long periods of time, slouching, looking at a cellphone with the neck tilted down, wearing heels, and much more.
POOR PHYSICAL CONDITION
Not exercise regularly (sedentary) causes frequent back pain.
Minimizes the risk of suffering upper and lower back pain, joint problems and fatigue. All together, these effects drastically improve mobility and life quality.
Gives more flexibility and mobility to the joints, thus allowing for physical activity. This reduces the possibility of having a sedentary lifestyle.
Promotes natural circulation. Any type of spine misalignment can contribute to the deterioration of the body so the chiropractic adjustments can reduce this risk and promote the process of natural healing.
Helps to relive some diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, cancer, depression, anxiety and migraines, and it also strengthens the immune system.