Why does my back hurt? There are a lot of rea­sons for the appear­ance of unpleas­ant sen­sa­tions — from psy­cho­log­i­cal over­strain to onco­log­i­cal dis­ease. In most cas­es — about 85% — sys­tem­at­ic or peri­od­ic pain in the back of the body appears due to exces­sive phys­i­cal exer­tion on the spine. It does not require treat­ment and often goes away on its own. How­ev­er, in some cas­es, back pain can sig­nal the devel­op­ment of a dan­ger­ous dis­ease. What? Let’s name the 5 most like­ly ail­ments.

1.Herniated discs

This is a fair­ly com­mon pathol­o­gy, the cause of which is the degen­er­a­tion of con­nec­tive and mus­cle tis­sues. Most often, a her­nia is diag­nosed in peo­ple over 40 years of age. Improp­er nutri­tion, a seden­tary lifestyle cause the con­nec­tive tis­sue (which includes car­ti­lagi­nous, bone and some oth­er tis­sues) to lose its elas­tic­i­ty and resilience, the ver­te­brae are increas­ing­ly pressed against each oth­er, the fibrous-car­ti­lagi­nous lin­ing between them pro­trudes beyond spine and com­press­es the nerve end­ings of adja­cent mus­cle fibers. This caus­es severe pain, most often (80% of cas­es) in the lum­bar region, tin­gling, numb­ness of the arms and legs. The nat­ur­al chon­dropro­tec­tor dan­de­lion offic­i­nalis and the Siber­ian larch flavonoid dihy­dro­quercetin are capa­ble of improv­ing the blood cir­cu­la­tion of the con­nec­tive tis­sue and accel­er­at­ing its renew­al. And if there is no time or desire to pre­pare decoc­tions and infu­sions, you can use ready-made herbal prepa­ra­tions — Dan­de­lion P and Dihy­dro­quercetin Plus. They are ful­ly pre­served nat­ur­al nutri­ents.

2. Osteochondrosis

Accord­ing to sta­tis­tics, this pathol­o­gy occurs in 50–90% of the inhab­i­tants of the plan­et. Why does my back hurt with osteo­chon­dro­sis? This is due to the defor­ma­tion of the car­ti­lagi­nous tis­sue of the spine and degen­er­a­tive changes in the ver­te­brae, again caused by mal­nu­tri­tion, lack of essen­tial bio­log­i­cal­ly active sub­stances in the diet and weak­en­ing of the con­nec­tive tis­sue. Unpleas­ant sen­sa­tions arise when the pinched nerves begin. Know­ing the root cause of the pathol­o­gy, it is impor­tant to include nat­ur­al vit­a­min and min­er­al com­plex­es in the com­plex ther­a­py of osteo­chon­dro­sis, which will pro­vide the con­nec­tive tis­sue with all the nec­es­sary nutri­ents. One of the best means in this seg­ment of drugs is con­sid­ered to be domes­tic devel­op­ment — Api­tonus Pin which the action of dihy­dro­quercetin is enhanced by the rich­est com­po­si­tion of roy­al jel­ly, as well as antiox­i­dant vit­a­mins C and E.

3. Scoliosis

Doc­tors make such a diag­no­sis in 3% of patients who com­plained of back pain. With sco­l­io­sis, the ver­te­brae shift to the side, pinch the nerve end­ings, and squeeze the soft tis­sues. This caus­es pain. As a rule, dis­com­fort occurs only at stages 3 and 4 of the dis­ease, when the cur­va­ture of the spine is too great. Stages 1 and 2 are usu­al­ly pain­less. The nature of the pain can be dif­fer­ent, depend­ing on the local­iza­tion of the patho­log­i­cal cur­va­ture — aching, throb­bing, shoot­ing. To strength­en the bone tis­sue of the ver­te­brae and improve meta­bol­ic process­es in it, it is rec­om­mend­ed to use an effec­tive and safe domes­tic osteo­pro­tec­tor based on drone milk Osteomed Forte and Dihy­dro­quercetin Plus. The lat­ter will accel­er­ate the flow of bio­chem­i­cal reac­tions in cells, improve their qual­i­ty, and will facil­i­tate the deliv­ery of nutri­ents to cells.

4. Osteoporosis

Try­ing to find an answer to a ques­tion why does my back hurt, it is impos­si­ble not to recall such a dis­ease as osteo­poro­sis. With this pathol­o­gy, bone tis­sue suf­fers. Due to age-relat­ed testos­terone defi­cien­cy, the renew­al process­es in it slow down, the bones become loose, brit­tle, and can break from the slight­est awk­ward move­ment. First, acute pain in osteo­poro­sis rolls in attacks with a sharp turn of the body, lift­ing weights, sneez­ing, cough­ing. How­ev­er, with the devel­op­ment of the dis­ease becomes chron­ic. It is clear that it will not work to strength­en bone tis­sue with­out nor­mal­iz­ing the hor­mon­al back­ground. How­ev­er, do not imme­di­ate­ly grab onto syn­thet­ic hor­mon­al drugs that have a large num­ber of side effects. It is pos­si­ble to restore the hor­mon­al back­ground in a nat­ur­al way by tak­ing some nat­ur­al sub­stances. One of the most effec­tive is the drone homogenate. It has been proven that this sub­stance stim­u­lates the pro­duc­tion of its own testos­terone in the body, guar­an­tees tar­get­ed deliv­ery of cal­ci­um to bone tis­sue, con­tribut­ing to its strength­en­ing. A spe­cial­ly pre­served drone homogenate in com­bi­na­tion with an eas­i­ly digestible and safe form of cal­ci­um, as well as vit­a­mins D3 and B6, is con­tained in the osteo­pro­tec­tor Osteomed Forte.

5. Spondylosis

Due to impaired metab­o­lism caused by the for­ma­tion of cav­i­ties in the bones, meta­bol­ic prod­ucts can­not be removed in the usu­al way — with the blood flow — and begin to be pushed out through the car­ti­lage tis­sue. The lat­ter is cal­ci­fied, osteo­phytes are formed along the edges of the ver­te­bral bod­ies — bone out­growths that pinch the nerve end­ings. It is pos­si­ble to restore bone tis­sue metab­o­lism by elim­i­nat­ing testos­terone defi­cien­cy. This has already been men­tioned in the pre­vi­ous para­graph. Help, again, will come Osteomed Forte. And for the regen­er­a­tion of the car­ti­lagi­nous tis­sue of the inter­ver­te­bral discs, you can use the med­i­c­i­nal prop­er­ties of dan­de­lion offic­i­nalis. They are care­ful­ly pre­served in a tablet prepa­ra­tion. Dan­de­lion P thanks to the use of the tech­nol­o­gy of cry­opro­cess­ing of whole plant raw mate­ri­als, unique for Rus­sia.

Try­ing to find an answer to a ques­tion why does my back hurt, one way or anoth­er should end with a vis­it to a spe­cial­ist. Only a com­pe­tent doc­tor will be able to make an accu­rate diag­no­sis and pre­scribe ade­quate treat­ment. Be healthy!