Exercises to Reduce Back Pain : Motivation to Keep Lower Back Fit

Exercises to Reduce Back Pain : Motivation to Keep Lower Back Fit


So the last step that I have for you today
in reducing lower back pain is really a psychological effect. I like to make declarations or affirmations
of something that I want to feel or some way that I want to feel. So if I’m having lower
back pain instead of focusing on the pain I really tell myself not that my back hurts
because then I’ll just be focusing on back pain. Rather I’ll tell myself “I have a strong
healthy back” and that’s just a good way of saying how you really want to feel and how
your body really can be healthy. A lot of times when we go into our mental, when we
go into our mental, and we really think about what we want to be and what we want to have
as far as our body, our diet, our health and everything is concerned. I feel if we really
focus on a positive it helps the mind and then it also helps the body. Because our mind
and our body are in sync. So one affirmation that I like to make is ?I have a strong healthy
back” and when I do this I just sit tall, I really open myself up and I think about
relaxing. Relaxing my total body sitting straight up I close my eyes for a little while and
take some deep breathes in. You really want to get to the point where you’re relaxed,
where your total body is relaxed and your mind will just focus on your affirmation.
Which is “I have a strong healthy back.”
“I have a strong healthy back.” And the more you do this, relaxing to it, you believe it
and your body will too.

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