Tips + tricks: How to Battle Those Annoying Back Pains

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Our sexy backs {yes, allow me, please! ;)} are probably one of the hard-working + the most abused part of our bodies. Before we even start becoming mums, our backs are taking the pressure from our little bundle of joys that were still tucked safely in our tummies. Am sure you’ve had many a number of days when you have to deal with the pain + the pressure that pregnancy gives to our backs. + do not even let me go to birth-giving + post-natal scenarios. + what about the role that our backs play in raising those 21-kilo, piggy-back-riding, bundles of boundless energies? It is a given, our backs do most of the hard labor + we ought to learn a few tips + tricks on how to care for our backs that supports our children + families, too!

Most back pain help sites online will give you the following tips on how to alleviate those annoying back pains + promote a good back altogether. Come on, let us read this one out together:

Eat foods that boost bone health

Consume Calcium-fortified cereals + orange juice for breakfast + eat a healthy dose of yogurt + milk throughout the day. In addition, you can also load up on supplements that can boost bone health or, if you were looking for an all-round supplement that can help many aspects of your physical and mental health, you may wish to take a look at for useful information and guides to natural supplements that you may wish to consider adding into your routine.

Healthy Living

Living healthy may just be the solution to your back woes, too. Quit smoking if you haven’t already + start moving + shed those extra pounds, too.

In addition, many people turn to various supplements to add to their diet to help them tackle back pain. You can purchase traditional supplements that aim to aid bone health, such as tablets that include calcium, or you can look to more natural remedies. For example, you may choose to read these Area 52’s recommendations for THC supplements you can add to your diet to aid any aches and pains you might be experiencing. 

Correct bad posture

Chances are your recurring back problems may also be due to your bad posture, so straighten up those sagging backs, put your chin up + stretch those back pains adieu!


You do not really need to be a sports buff to combat those aching back problems. A simple stretching at home will suffice, or a lap on the pool will also do, as swimming is also such a great form of exercise. There are also a number of backward bending yoga poses that can work well on recurring back pains.

Invest in a comfortable chair

If your job requires you to sit for longer periods of time, make sure to have the most comfortable chair you can possibly have. Get one with a comfortable back rest + arm rest to make sure you are not straining your back unnecessarily.

Refrain from bending forward or backward awkwardly

It is best to bend using your knees instead of forcing your back to bend.

Here’s to lesser back pains + healthier backs for all of us hard-working + dedicated mums! 😉

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  1. I do sometimes suffer from back pains especially if I have been spending so much time sitting in front of the computer to finish my online tasks. My husband and my kids would sometimes remind me to take some time off and do some stretching.

  2. very informative! o often experience back pain especially if i get too tired from work. i agree with your tips. i often do most of your tips and it really helps a lot.

  3. This is reall helpful! Especially since I have scoliosis myself. 🙂 My doctor also advised me that hindi dapat direct sa back mo ang aircon or electric fan din daw. XD

  4. The downside here is that if you’re a coffee-drinker like me, experts say that caffeine interferes with calcium absorption. So it’s best to limit that caffeine intake. 😉

  5. Thanks for the tip, I have noticed when I sit in the floor I got back pain I think I should stop doing it.

  6. Thanks for the very useful tip.

    But as always, if pain is recurrent seek the help of the doctor, I have a condition similar to GMA – Arroyo {Cervical Spondylosis and also Lumbar Strain).

    I thought neck pain and back pain lang na simple, pero medyo malala na pala at paulit ulit…

    1. Thanks! Staying for longer period of hours in front of the computer is really one of the culprits in having those recurring back aches.

  7. oh yeah you have a sexy back! totots yan! anyway, lower back ko din ang prob. i keep standing up para di mag stay sa isang position. i also get massages from time to time. pero ang hilot talaga nakatanggal ng chronic pain.

    1. ahehe! feeling lang sis! 😀 agree with massages + thinking about it now makes me want to go to a massage, now na! 😀

  8. My back pain is usually caused by my sleep position, that’s why it’s always recurring! argh!
    Thanks for the helpful tips mommy Vix! 😉

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