Having low back pain can impact daily lives.
It is one of the most common pains that people complain about. The pain can range from a dull to sharp ache that makes it hard to move. But did you know that anyone can get low back pain? Below are some fast facts about lower back pain that you need to know about.
- More than 1/3 of American adults claim that low back pain affected their lives in engaging different tasks. Activities that are mostly affected by low back pain include exercise (38%), sleep (37%) and daily living (39%) in general.
- Around 72% of Americans who suffer from low back pain use pain medications to relieve symptoms. However, 55% use cold or heat packs as home remedy in treating low back pain.
A car accident can vary from a mild bump to a more severe accident
where the entire car is damaged, also damaging the lives of the
individuals found inside the car at the time of the accident. FindLaw
reports that on average, a total of $277 billion of damage accounts for the cost of car accidents within the United States alone each year. The severity of a car accident often determines the amount of damage done to the road, the car, the environment where the accident happened and, of course, the individuals contained within the car. It is reported that the most common types of injuries obtained through a car accident includes:
• Head injuries
• Back injuries
• Neck injuries
• Chest injuries
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Shoulder pain arises from the shoulder joint but it can also be caused by pain on the surrounding area particularly the neck, diaphragm, and the heart. This is called referred pain. It is a common symptom in hospital care. Since shoulder pain shares overlapping features, it is important to properly assess it and look for red flags that can lead to better diagnosis and treatments.
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Neck pain is one of the most common types of pain that affects the
American population. In the data released by the Center for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC), neck pain attributes to 15.1% of
sufferers in the country.
Neck pain does not affect a particular demographic but data suggests that women are more likely to experience neck pain than men. Demographic studies also indicate that adults who are over the age of 65 are also more likely to suffer from neck pain due to osteoporosis. Below are other interesting facts that you should know about neck pain….
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