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Vitamins for Back Pain Relief
Can you avoid back pain with vitamins? Maybe. Certain vitamins (as you will read later)
may have the potential to relieve back pain and inflammation that can be associated
with a number of conditions of the spine, including spinal osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
Of course, eating a healthy diet is an important way to support a healthy lifestyle in general;
In general, you can get the vitamins you need from the foods you eat.
However, sometimes you need to take supplements to make sure you get enough vitamins.
By supplementing healthy eating with some key vitamins, you may be able to prevent back pain from getting worse.
Before taking any new vitamin, ask your doctor if it is safe to do so.
He or she will recommend how much you should take and how often you should take the vitamin.
You may need a higher dose of a particular vitamin, depending on how deficient it is in that vitamin and how efficient your body is to absorb that vitamin.
To evaluate a vitamin deficiency, your doctor may order a simple blood test.
Vitamins for back pain: there are some vitamins that help improve health
The body needs vitamin D to create new bone cells.
It is also an essential component in the absorption of calcium for healthier bones.
The lack of vitamin D in the body can lead to a softening of the bony surfaces, which usually causes low back pain.
Vitamin D has proven to be a very good agent for maintaining the health of the back.
People with chronic low back pain experienced a significant improvement in their condition when they started taking vitamin D regularly.
Studies show that regular intake of vitamin D can decrease spasms in the lower back.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a vitamin that helps reduce back pain.
Like vitamin D, it increases the absorption of calcium in the body, which promotes strong and healthy bones.
The vitamin B complex is a group of vitamins that are essential for your overall health.
In this group, three vitamins help reduce back pain. They are vitamins B1, B6 and B12.
Research shows that these vitamins can greatly reduce your lower back pain.
When the lower part of your back is inflamed, free radicals are released.
These free radicals are toxic and can cause more damage, as they can increase inflammation of the back.
Vitamin E can help reduce back pain because it is a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals.