Increasing your flexibility is a fantastic way to decrease your backache frequency, particularly if your soreness is derived from having poor posture or a sedentary lifestyle. Once your body begins to push its boundaries and establish strength in key places, it is much easier to maintain good posture and know your body’s natural limits. Yoga is an excellent way to tune in to your body and learn your weaknesses and strengths. Yoga is also a multi-dimensional way to get in shape, while also decreasing stress hormones, which can often cause inflammation and increase the risk of backaches.
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