When I Saw How Easy It Is To Relive Back Pain Without Leaving My Couch, It Changed My Life

Back pain can be really annoying for people that have to deal with it every day. But, did you know that you can relieve back pain without leaving your couch? Back pain is a reality for many people on a daily basis, and can be caused by a variety of reason from injury to genetics. Today, we’ll show you how you can relive back pain without leaving your couch.



■ Lower Back Pain - First thing’s first, sit forward in your chair. Bringing your knee to your chest, grasp the back of the thigh. Pull it gently towards your body and hold it for 30 seconds. Then, slowly raise your leg and gently lower it. Repeat this with the other leg as well.
■ Shoulder Pain - Take a deep breath and bring your shoulders towards your ears. Hold this pose for three seconds before exhaling and releasing your shoulders. Do ten reps.
■ Foot Pain - Put one of your feet in front of the other and tuck your toes of the back foot under itself on the floor. Hold the position for half a minute, before releasing your toes and switching the feet.
■ Wrist Pain - Make a fist and put it in front of you. With the fist, make circles in the air (ten times in each direction), clockwise and counterclockwise.
■ Chest Muscle Pain - Place your hands on the back of your head with your elbows out. Reach the elbows towards the wall and squeeze the shoulder blades together. Hold this for 30 seconds before slowly returning your elbows back to their starting position.


■ Hip Pain - Sit forward in your chair with your back straight. Rotate your torso a bit to the right. Take your left leg and extend it behind you. Keep your right leg at a right angle and lift your chest and press your hip on the floor. Hold this position for 30 seconds before slowly returning to the starting position. Repeat it on the other side.
■ Glute Pain - Sit forward in your chair placing your right ankle on your left knee. Lean forward. You should feel a stretch in the glutes, but don’t push too hard. Hold this position for at least 30 seconds before sitting back up slowly. Repeat this with the other leg.
■ Middle/Upper Back Pain - Give yourself a hug, placing your right hand on your left should and your left hand on your right shoulder. Take deep breaths and hold them for 30 seconds before slowly releasing.
■ Knee Pain - Sit forward in your chair with your feet flat on the ground. Slowly bring yourself to a standing position in one fluid motion then slowly sit back down. Do ten reps.


■ Neck Pain - Sit forward in your chair with your back straight and the feet flat on the ground. You’re your head to one side and bring your ear to your shoulder. Hold this for 30 seconds before slowly bringing your head back to the middle. Repeat this on the other side.



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