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How To Prevent Lower Back Pain With Back Girdles

By Fred Nystrom

There is an epidemic of back problems in America. Studies indicate that an astonishing 90% of the population has suffered from back pain at some point in their lives. Luckily, for most back pain sufferers, this is not a chronic condition. However, here are some ways you can protect yourself from it being a permanent problem.

We live in the Internet age where we spend an exhorbitant amount of time in front of the computer. If your desk is not ergonomically adjusted to your height and limb extension, then you should get that addressed. Moreover, make sure you have a comfortable chair to sit in so it doesn’t compress your back.

Due to all the sitting we do, it compresses our lower spine and this leads to aches in the lumbar region of the back. You can get chairs with lumbar support but if you would like to feel the back support with you wherever you go, then another solution would be to wear a back brace or a posture aid.

Back braces and posture aids can often be concealed underneath regular clothing so they are not noticeable. However, their effects can certainly be felt. Your back stability will improve, thus lessening your discomforts. Moreover, these girdle undergarments will also make you stand up or sit up straighter.

There are also other benefits in wearing girdles and braces beyond the back support. Since it wraps around your front, sides and back, you’ll look instantly slimmer as well. You’ll look fitter and trimmer and you’ll look extra sleek in your clothes.

Moreoever, because the front belly is wrapped up within the support underwear, it also lessens the likelihood of overeating. Often, our brains don’t respond fast enough that we are full, thus leading to eating more than we should. With a back girdle on, this also limits food intake just because your stomach can’t expand.

Therefore, as you can recognize, there are many issues and benefits of a back girdle. However, the bottom line is that you look great and feel better having one of these on.

Back pain is such a common health problem in America. With the cost of health care, it’s best if you get things taken care of once the problem occurs. To prevent back pain from being a chronic problem, you might wish to invest in a back support aid.

Author Bio: Fred Nystrom promotes wearing back support girdles and back posture braces to help with your back pain.

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Nystrom, Fred "How To Prevent Lower Back Pain With Back Girdles." How To Prevent Lower Back Pain With Back Girdles. 23 Jun. 2010. 8 Aug 2014 <>.

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