I’m not a doctor by any means, but holding a good posture is one way—and there is a device on the market called Upright that is supposed to help. I haven’t tried it, so I can’t speak to it’s effectiveness on a personal level. I would speak to a physical therapist who could give you small exercises to help and I would suggest checking out some vitamins for bones and joints.
Also, never underestimate the power of getting a good massage—hot stone, chair, etc.—for the pain. 🙂
Hope this helps at all 🙂 and have a good day.
Ps good luck 💪🏻
You need to avoid certain postures that are going to
place an extra strain on your back, and also practice good posture when lifting. There are some tasks you might want to avoid that almost guarantee back strain. Shoveling snow comes to mind, for example. Good luck with helping your back.
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