5. Cat Stretch
You might want to shut the curtains for this one as you’ll find a couple of funny looks from your neighbors! The cat stretch, while a little unusual, is extremely beneficial for back pain. we will describe it below, or simply inspect what the cat is doing right now?
Get in your hands and knees, arch your back upward and let it return to the ground. Repeat twice each day for up to 5 times.
4. Partial Crunches
There are many things which you can’t do once you have back pain, like put your socks on, or perhaps jump from bed with the maximum amount of enthusiasm as you want to. Partial crunches, but are something that you simply can do — and may be useful for strengthening stomach and back muscles.
Lie on the ground together with your feet flat on the ground and your knees bent. Cross your arms on your chest and move the body upward, which suggests you are feeling the pressure in your abdomen. Repeat 10 times after the break.
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