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Posted in UAE neck pain relief on May 20, 2017
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Back pain is a major problem faced by many working people in Sharjah . Regular pain in the back muscles can hinder your functioning, concentration level, your effectiveness and efficiency. Continuously working for long hours in the office can cause severe back pain. Lack of exercise in our daily schedule is a major reason for facing the problem of back pain. We should pay attention to our posture and sitting position while working.

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Knee to chest workout

This is a simple and easy workout that you can practice at your home to relieve back pain in Sharjah . For beginning this workout lie down on the floor. Move your right knee upwards with the support of your hands so that it comes close to your chest while keeping your left leg straight on the floor. Keep your shoulders straight on the floor and then bend down your leg so that it touches the ground. Now do this same process with the left knee while keeping the right leg straight. Do some rounds of this workout to relieve back pain.

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Managing Your Catastrophizing Thoughts and Keeping your Mind Online.

If you’re a person that has ongoing pain, you can tell this story far better than I can, but I woke up with back pain today.

I don’t often have pain, and I also have a stupid belief that I don’t really have physical limits. That’s why I decided it was OK to tackle a heavy weights workout yesterday, although I was getting a few signals that my back wasn’t happy with me. This was not my smartest move, and hence getting out of bed this morning was not a graceful performance. It hurt, but I knew I was still ok — and this is not the common experience that people have with a pain episode. Pain is a signal that your brain thinks you’re in danger, and it’s there to make you do something about it. I felt very grateful that I understood my pain, my pain didn’t scare me and I had some tricks to manage it. It still hurts, it will slow me down for a little while but I have 100% confidence it will go away.

There are many situations where pain tells a much different story. Your pain can tell stories of fear, anger, anxiety and helplessness. Pain, and the thoughts related to it can hold you hostage and determine how your life turns out today. Pain that changes how you live, how you enjoy life and the decisions that you have to make about your day take on bigger and more challenging meanings. Without getting your brain under control, it’s easy to spiral down in to catastrophic thinking.

Thought Viruses and Catastrophic Thinking

“How you think about your pain — and the meaning that you give to your pain — will make your pain better or worse” Dr Beth Darnall, “Less Pain, Fewer Pills”

When we start to experience that spiral down with pain — the focus on pain and the anticipation of more pain — we are catastrophizing. We can catastrophize, or expect the worst, in many aspects of life. In pain, the effect of the thoughts makes our feelings and pain experience a whole lot worse.

The nerdy scientific definition of catastrophizing? 
“an exaggerated negative mental set brought to bear during an actual or anticipated painful experience” (Sullivan et al., 2001)

What does that really mean? Catastrophizing is the perfect storm of fear of increasing and unbearable pain, inability to shift your attention from the pain, and a feeling of hopelessness to be able to change your pain experience.

Where does your brain go when you have a flare up of pain, or increased pain that seems different to your normal? How we react and manage a pain experience mentally is critical for controlling pain. It determines how likely the pain is to increase and persist, and how well medication can help us. Allowing your brain to be taken over by thoughts of helplessness and anxiety will make any flareup worse, so we need some strategies to manage our mind.

First Aid for Chronic Pain

Acute injuries have some specific tricks and techniques for first aid — stopping the bleeding, managing the swelling, relieving some pain and feeling safe again. The bigger the injury, the more help you need — sometimes you do need an ambulance, and professional help. The pain makes sense, you can see the injury and there is a lot of processes your body is putting in to action to heal you as fast as it can.

Chronic pain is different. We’ve talked about ongoing pain as a learned response and change to the brain to create more pain than is appropriate related to the health of the tissues. Your brain creates pain because it’s trying to protect you from danger, however it’s learnt to find that danger in places that don’t really threaten your tissues. That’s irrelevant because you certainly feel the effects of this protective response. Since we know that the factors that result in a flareup in chronic pain are multifactorial and very personal to you, we often find that a flareup sneaks up, and all of a sudden, your pain levels are through the roof.

What to do next? How do you make sense of the pain increase, and the continuing experience of pain? This is where thought management around catastrophizing becomes critical. It’s now up to you to outsmart your brain rather than spiral down in to the thoughts. Your thoughts will turn the volume of the pain up or down, and having control over your responses is a critical skill for managing pain. How we think affects the biology of our brain, and how well we can release our own pain medication in our brain.

Resources for Managing Catastrophizing Thoughts

Dr Beth Darnall is one of the foremost researchers on pain psychology and catastrophizing, and has produced many excellent resources to help people in pain help themselves. She has two great books available for purchase at where you can learn the practical techniques she uses with her patients at Stanford Pain Management Centre.

“Catastrophizing and Coping” #paintalks Tweetchat

Let’s get together on Twitter and talk about our own experiences of catastrophizing, how we talk back to our mind and overcome the downward spiral in a flare up. See you there Thursday 18th August at 7pm EDT using the hashtag #paintalks.

Here’s our questions this month: 
1. What thoughts do you have when your pain increases?
2. What happens to you when you can’t control your thoughts about pain?
3. What ways can you talk back to your brain and get out of catastrophizing?
4. What is your biggest challenge when managing your catastrophizing?

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A concerned Look Into Neuropathy And What It Entails

If you have been interested in buying office chairs for large people, did you know that there is a wide variety to choose from that can help reduce back pain and increase comfort.

Sitting on an office chair not designed for your body type can cause many health problems over time such as lower and upper back pain, leg cramps and pain.

Computer chairs for larger people should be made from very strong materials to help support your weight.

What Are The Best Office Chairs For Large People?

There are many features of an ergonomic office chair that you should look for when purchasing your next computer chair for your large frame.

One of the most important features in my opinion is the seating which should be wide to allow enough room for you to sit comfortably.

The seat of the office chair should have a generous amount of cushioning to allow better support for your lower back.

An adjustable lumbar support function is also important especially if you already suffer from a back injury or weak back muscles.

Most computer chairs designed for the big user can handle up to 500 lbs in weight which is great to help improve overall comfort and support for longer.

An office chair that has a five star base can help support your weight a lot better and it is also an important feature that you should look out for as well.

I hope my article has helped you decide on what is the best office chair for large people and to gain better overall comfort and support for your back.

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