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Weight and Back Pain

Dealing with back pain day in and day out is not only physically exhausting, but mentally as well.

One of the things that can severely affect the level of pain you suffer is your weight. Maintaining a healthy weight can significantly change your pain level.

More than seventy percent of people in the U.S. are overweight. Nearly forty percent of those are considered obese.

If you are already physically within your desired weight, then keeping a healthy diet will help reduce your pain.

If you are outside of a healthy weight, losing can be beneficial. Carrying extra weight can strain your back muscles and spine.

When you already have back pain, the extra weight will worsen the condition,
cause increased pain, and could possibly cause further injury.

Switching your diet to a low fat, whole food diet is the first step. Couple that with a doctor-approved fitness routine, and you can easily begin to lose the extra weight.

But food and exercise aren't just going to help with weight loss. Choosing an anti-inflammatory diet and water-based exercise regimen can double pain relief efforts.

Oftentimes, losing the excess weight can even eliminate any need for pain medication or surgery. Not to mention the other health benefits that a healthy body brings.

Healthy weight and high nutrient dense diets can improve your heart health, mental health, stamina, and longevity of life. You will even see improvements in your skin and smile.

Even after the extra weight is gone, continue with your new and improved eating habits. They will ensure you have a pain-free back for the long haul.

With the mental mood changes, you will be better prepared to handle pain flare ups. Through mindfulness and clarity, your body will process the pain in different ways, helping to manage it.

That fear of movement due to pain will help you push further in your therapy and exercise regimen. Anti-inflammatory foods also help with flexibility, strengthening, swelling.

Making the choice to get your body to an  optimal weight can be life changing for many people. The benefits far outweigh the need for processed and high fat foods.

Embrace your path to a new pain-free, healthier you.

If you are unsure of what your optimal weight should be, talk with your physician. And as always, check with your doctor before beginning any fitness routine.