A Simple Exercise Will Help You Eliminate The Discomfort Caused By The Pain Of The Sciatic Nerve In The Blink Of An Eye!
Do you often feel a little pressure or pain on your lower back and a leg cramp followed by the pain?
Do you know what is causing this pain or what it’s a sign of? Don’t panic to much as people who have experienced it are usually not diagnosed with the condition itself- sciatica.
What is sciatica?
Sciatic pain, normally known as sciatica, is common and it is happening to more people that you would imagine. Sometimes, people also get confused and think what they have is a regular leg cramp or back pain. They treat it with no movements and ibuprofen or other pills they have at home or in the nearest pharmacy.
Many people want to know what’s happening in the body that’s causing this pinching and pressure on the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is one of the biggest nerves in the body. It starts at the lower spine and makes it way down to the feet.
In this path, this nerve serves to provide strength, movement, and feeling in both of the legs. Sciatic pain can happen on one or both sides and, thus, can numb or weaken your muscles and joints. It does not usually happen on both legs simultaneously, but it usually “burns” particular areas of your leg, foot, or buttock
When you are feeling pain it probably feels sharp or like a cramp and this occurs because there’s more than likely that the nerve was pinched by an injury, inflammation on the soft tissue that’s around the nerve, narrowing the spinal column or spasms occurring in your buttocks muscle.
The burning pain in the lower back usually continues to travel down the sciatic nerve from the hips and all the way down to the feet. Despite the pain, you may also feel a burning or tingling feeling down the leg, or numbness that continues even in the toes sometimes.
After having this condition for some time it will be hard for you to do daily activities, like walking, sitting, standing and even laying down. It can be very difficult especially dealing with the pain as well. Most of the time you will only feel the pain in certain positions, probably never in all of them at once.
If you want to relieve the pain of the sciatic nerve without using the help of a physical therapist, just take a look at our video. This will help you save yourself some energy and time.
You’ll notice that the pain will be relieved in no time!
Please don’t do this exercise without the presence or a previous consultation with a medical therapist!