When you are in your 20’s it seems as though your energy reserves are boundless. You can go to the gym in the morning, work all day, meet friends in the evening and stay up talking into the early morning hours. Then, after just a few hours of sleep, you can wake up to your alarm at the crack of dawn and do it all over again.
Getting regular exercise can help prevent and manage back pain in a number of ways, it can help with weight management, build supportive muscles, increase flexibility and reduce painful inflammation. However, it’s important to be careful, especially when starting a new exercise regimen. Some of the more common causes of back pain are overtraining, not stretching or resting between exercises, and sporting injuries.
Joint Pain is an extremely common problem among adults. According to WebMD, one national survey reports one third of all adults experience some type of monthly joint pain. Joint pain is very common in the knees, back, fingers, and wrists, but can be experienced almost anywhere in the body.