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    Lifting heavy weight can be occurred due to lifting heavy weight with poor posture and wearing a lack of supportive equipment. A poor posture can be the reason for overstressing muscles or joints that then become injured. Avoid these common mistakes https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercis...kes-and-fixes/ to improve the posture. Wearing a weightlifting belt can be helpful in supporting the back. It helps in decreasing the stress on the spine and prevent injuries, see its more benefits here https://www.aqfsports.com/blogs/news...ng-belts-guide

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    Thank you, this is very useful information!

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    I was fascinated by this topic, and I want to share my observations. Obviously, lower back pain is a common occurrence in the modern world, as most of us spend a large amount of time in a stationary sitting position. It is also interesting that now it affects not only the elderly due to age-related changes, but also more and more young people. Yes, and I'm no exception. Because it's my job, I put a lot of pressure on my back. And sometimes the pain in my lower back makes my life hell. I decided to do something, as my patience ran out. I studied a large body of information and formed my own version of dealing with low back pain. First, 2-3 times a week I attend massage sessions, 2 times a week I do yoga. But the most important component, frankly, is chiropractic sessions. Yes, now many are skeptical about this method, but it is effective, I assure you. I was initially in the group of skeptics, until I got acquainted with the information about pain relief. from my personal experience, I will say that it is worth a try. I am not a professional and I understand perfectly well that everything depends on the characteristics of the body. But why not try it?

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    Cool! Thanks for the great information!

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    Thank you for sharing useful knowledge. It's great for this, Love it

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    Thank you, this is very useful information! A knee brace is a special orthopedic product designed to reduce the risk of injury to the joint or accelerate its recovery by providing additional protection, warming action, fixing the knee joint and/or kneecap. The final goal is determined by the specific type of bandage.Depending on whether the joint is assessed as sick or healthy, bandages are divided into preventive and rehabilitative (therapeutic). I use a hooked knee brace and I have no problems with the joints.

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    Good advice. I'd also had that strengthening your abs helps prevent back problems too. It's helped me a lot.

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    Thanks for the recommendations, will definitely use them in the future. Unfortunately i already experienced a super strong back pain after lifting a heavy cupboard. Two days in a bed with tons of painkillers kinda helped. Huge thanks here to the customer service of Canadian pharmacy which gave me some good advices on what to do next. Those things are not a joke and i learnt my hard lesson.

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