BACK pain could be prevented by changing your diet or exercise plan, as well as swapping your sleep position. But, you could also reduce your risk of lower back pain by drinking this amount of water every day.
Back pain is very common and usually improves within a few weeks or months, according to the NHS. Pain in the lower back is the most common type of back pain caused by injury to a muscle “strain”, most common causes include improper lifting, poor posture, lack of regular exercises, fracture, rupture disk, or arthritis. It’s usually nothing to worry about and will get better by itself over time. But, you can speed up your recovery by making some small lifestyle changes.
People may experience:
Pain areas: in the back, muscles and bones, hip, or leg
Sensory: leg numbness or pins and needles
Also common: back joint dysfunction or muscle spasms
Drinking at least eight glasses of water every day could lower your risk of the painful condition, a nutritionist has claimed.
Not drinking enough water could make the muscles in your back stiff and sore.