If something puts pressure on a lumbar nerve root, then it may result in pain in certain parts of the sciatic nerve. For instance, a herniated disk, degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis, or any other vertebrae abnormality can put pressure on this nerve.
Sciatica is characterized by leg pain, weakness, numbness or tingling sensation, which occur in the lower back, through the buttock and all the way down the sciatic nerve found in the back of one leg.
Unfortunately, the pain can be too severe and continuous, so that it can contribute to difficult movements. In addition, the pain can worsen during the night; after hours of sitting and standing; coughing; sneezing; or stress.
The conventional sciatica treatment includes taking specific painkillers prescribed by a doctor. But, in case you start practicing a few simple exercises for muscle stretching along with the standard treatment, your terrible sciatica pain will disappear after a while.
Here Are 2 Simple Exercises that Can Help You Get Rid of Your Sciatica:
In fact, we are going to present you simple stretches that are quite beneficial for reducing the inflammation as well as relieving the pain.
In the beginning, you will find it a bit difficult since you should practice the exercises slowly, and increase the stretches while breathing out.
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