|07-19-2011, 10:42 PM||#21|
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About a month ago I had an epic back pain, so bad that I couldn't drive. I went to the chiropractor and by the next day I was pretty good. The day leading up to it though I found resting was the only was to ease the pain.
|07-19-2011, 11:56 PM||#22|
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1 - You fell and bruised the bone
2 - You sit for long periods
I would suggest purchasing a specialized cushion designed for those who sit for long hours.
Also, I would recommend that you don't sit traditionally when possible. Taking pressure off your tailbone for a while would give the area time to heal. I'd recommend something like this:
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That seat distributes your weight between your knees and shins very comfortably. And its rather cheap. Usually $49.99. I'd suggest the metal one though. They are much more durable thatn the wood ones.
Resting in bed and soaking in hot baths seems to help some people as well. I know hot baths are for muscles, but its also relaxes the mind which is usually the culprit behind 90% of all back pain.
Hope this helps.
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