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Learn some simple exercises to ease your back pain

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    Ayush — 17.02.2018 07:04
    Can we get a video for above exercises? I do them in the evening as a part of recovery exercise after gym. Should i do them in the morning as well? Is Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation Yoga) good for lower back?

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      Earle — 20.02.2018 13:07
      Hello Ayush Message received. We do have a studio but not as time as we’d like to produce all the video we’d like to, so please be patient. Doing these exercises once a day should be sufficient to help and incorporating a Sun Salutation will always be beneficial for the lower back.

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    Anne Sanderson — 14.10.2017 18:25
    I am suffering from sciatic nerve pain and having osteopathic help, but wonder if I should also take herbal supplements as well as exercising.

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      Earle — 16.10.2017 11:01
      Hello Anne Not necessarily. You may at times need a sleeping remedy such as our Dormeasan if the sciatica disturbs your sleep and it may even help the nerve pain but it depends what you want a remedy to help achieve.

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      Anne Sanderson — 16.10.2017 16:06
      Thank you so much for your reply. I am much impressed by the product range and quality of your supplements. I wondered whether muscular function would benefit from any of these.

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      Earle — 16.10.2017 16:00
      Hi again Anne Muscle function is part chemical, part electrical and part good mechanics, so complex, but a good starting point would be our Balance powder or some magnesium citrate tablets.

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    Tanya — 10.07.2017 12:43
    Have bad back. Bent over 2 weeks ago and strained muscke over area at l3 l4. Told I have minimal herniation there. Right side. Help

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      Earle — 10.07.2017 15:24
      Hello Tanya Herniated discs are those that have burst and released their fluid. You may find that the lower back pain diminishes somewhat over the next few days and some sciatica replaces it. This is normal and should also ease. Keeping mobile as best you can but generally resting is the only immediate recommendation, as the core exercises that help prevent further occurrences are too much at the moment. When healed, any exercises for the core muscles will be great preventatives.

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