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Bumps and Bruises: Backs

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Back pain is connected to the way that you feel about carrying out certain responsibilities or tasks in your life, personally or professionally, and whether or not you are getting enough support from those around you.

Triggers to look out for, so that any early signs of discomfort can subside as quickly as it appeared, are the times when you may feel that you are carrying too many responsibilities, or that you think that you are unable to share certain tasks with others, or it might the times when you are simply doing too much for others, and not providing your life with the right kind of balance.

The longer you drag out an issue, the longer the pain can potentially stick around, so the sooner you catch yourself, the shorter the healing process will be overall, which not only benefits you, but allows a more of an open channel between you and the people that are connected to the situation. Whatever the case may be, recognition and communication, are the first steps towards healing back pain.

 

The longer you drag out an issue, the longer the pain can potentially stick around, so the sooner you catch yourself, the shorter the healing process will be.

Upper back pain is attributed to a bout of negativity or mental laziness. A few adjustments would be needed to bring forth some positivity into your life. Making a little effort in this way would be beneficial. Hence the saying, put your back into it.

Middle back pain largely centres on dissatisfaction with others, which mirrors a hidden dissatisfaction of oneself. It is important to openly communicate how you are feeling and what it is that you feel dissatisfied with, and you may just find that a helping hand is closer than you thought.

Lower back pain is connected to the burden or weight that you feel from those around you, which can raise false feelings of victim-hood. By putting yourself first equally to those around you, you will be able to restore the balance that is needed to feel that you are not being taken advantage of. Learning to say no to certain demands that you feel are unfair or that are simply asking too much, is a way to build your self assertiveness and honour the things that you would like to do to.

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