TENS 7000 is Good for your Back

Back pain is one of the main reasons that people buy and use the TENS 7000, and while that is undoubtedly a step in the right direction towards recovery, you can lend a helping hand yourself by tweaking some of your habits, even when that flies in the face of popular beliefs. For instance, you were probably told since you were a child to sit up straight. That is good advice, just not all of the time. Leaning back in a chair with feet on the floor and a slight curve in the back a couple of times a day is the best way to mix it up a bit when it comes to sitting posture.
Back pain is often caused by injury, but that’s not the case each and every single time. Other factors to watch out for include disc degeneration, injuries, diseases, infections, and inherited conditions. One surefire way to injure your back though, is to lift objects the wrong way. You’ve probably heard this one before; lift with your legs, not with your back. Instead of bending your back to pick up something, bend your knees while keeping your back straight and head up, and let your legs do the lifting as you stand back up.  And whatever you do, twist your body lest your back takes the toll. 

Sometimes you carry some weight of your own at all times, and those extra pounds can and do trigger back pain. However, that doesn’t mean that being slender precludes an aching back. That’s especially true when slenderness is achieved by way of anorexia, in which bone loss can lead to fractured and crushed vertebrae. The best way to be fit is through exercise, and that’s also a great way to both prevent and rehabilitate back pain. 
In fact, if you do injure your back in any way, it’s best to remain active rather than passive. Though rest is important for recovery, staying in bed for days will ultimately be counterproductive (when you do lie down, a firmer mattress is not necessarily better). A mild exercise regimen that progressively brings intensity up is what many doctors recommend. Back pain therapy may be complemented with a TENS 7000 device, as well as with chiropractic care and even acupuncture.