Why you may be suffering from recurring back pain


Posted at Sep 19 2022 12:18 PM

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A study in the U.S. noted that back problems are one of the most common patient complaints to their doctors. About eight percent of American adults have experienced persistent or chronic back pain. It can even get to the point where it affects everyday activities and causes work absences or limitations. The same is true for the rest of the world, even in the Philippines, as many adults have complained about experiencing some form of recurring back pain at least once in their lives. 

Actor Piolo Pascual opens up discourse about recurring back pain, something he has also experienced. Source: Piolo Pascual Facebook page
Actor Piolo Pascual opens up discourse about recurring back pain, something he has also experienced. Source: Piolo Pascual Facebook page

But where does recurring back pain really stem from? According to the Mayo Clinic, there are four common conditions linked to it: muscle or ligament strain, bulging or ruptured disks, arthritis, and osteoporosis. Some studies also state that the root cause of recurring back pain may be due to underlying nerve damage. 

People who are often lifting heavy objects or have made sudden awkward movements can cause strains to their back which can lead to muscle spasms. And while anyone can experience recurring back pain, elderly, those who live with inactive lifestyles, and are overweight are more susceptible to it.

For some, the root of recurring back pain is underlying nerve damage. It may cause pain, numbness, and muscle weakness. Hence, the presence of pain from the nerve damage which is also called neuropathic pain together with muscular pain requires a combination treatment targeting both components. 

No matter what the cause or symptom, recurring back pain is an extremely common complaint and a frequent reason for people to seek advice. It can possibly limit one's social, recreational, and family activities and may even cause psychological distress. This can trickle down to affecting one's work and cause one to earn lower or perform lesser compared to people not suffering from recurring back pain. 

For people with active lifestyles like Piolo Pascual, recurring back pain should not be a hindrance. Pairing proper diet and exercise with Paracetamol + Vitamins B1+B6+B12 (Dolo-Neurobion) helps him address recurring back pain that may be caused by nerve damage. Photo source: Dolo-Neurobion Facebook page

When recurring back pain caused by nerve damage hits, what can you do? Instead of relying on pain killers alone, you can try a combination of Paracetamol + Vitamins B1, B6, and B12 to help address the reasons for recurring back pain. 

Paracetamol + Vitamins B1+B6+B12 (Dolo-Neurobion) aims to help people suffering from recurring back pain caused by underlying nerve damage to break free from their shackles by addressing the issue at its root. It is different from standard painkillers as it targets nerve damage that causes the recurrence of pain.

Back pain symptoms usually are a combination of muscular pain and nerve pain. It can range from a muscle aching to a shooting, burning or stabbing sensation. In addition, the pain may radiate you’re your leg or worsen with bending, twisting, lifting, standing or walking.

Each film-coated tablet contains Paracetamol to help relieve muscle pain and Vitamins B1, B6, and B12 to support nerve regeneration. When paired with proper diet and exercise, it can help address recurring back pain so they can be free to enjoy doing the things they love to do and return to their normal activities. 

Harapin ang #UgatNgBackPain na pabalik-balik with Paracetamol + Vitamins B1+B6+B12 (Dolo-Neurobion). To know more about it, visit its Facebook page

Self-medication may not be the best course of action. For recurring back pain and persisting symptoms, it is always best to consult a health professional to properly diagnose and treat the ailment. 

If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.

ASC Reference Code: P138P090922DS 

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