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Chronic Back Pain

Chronic Back Pain

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Far to many people these days suffer with Chronic Back Pain. Now there is some help and it really works. It requires some effort but the end result is a happier YOU!! I assure you that if you try this that it will work for you. I told my story and I thought I was destined to suffer and take pain meds for the rest of my life but this life changing product has helped me in more ways than you can imagine. I am in far less pain and no more depression due to the miserable lifestyle I was leading before I discovered this. Try it and it will work. I was shocked by the results and so will you be.
Far to many people these days suffer with Chronic Back Pain. Now there is some help and it really works. It requires some effort but the end result is a happier YOU!! I assure you that if you try this that it will work for you. I told my story and I thought I was destined to suffer and take pain meds for the rest of my life but this life changing product has helped me in more ways than you can imagine. I am in far less pain and no more depression due to the miserable lifestyle I was leading before I discovered this. Try it and it will work. I was shocked by the results and so will you be.

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 ==== ====It would seem that we share a common problem. Chronic Lower Back Pain. I have suffered withthis problem since my mid 20's when I was in the back seat of a car driven by a friend on theMassachusetts Turnpike AKA I90 on an Icy afternoon in the mid 1980's. I had my seatbelt on andwe were not going that fast especially considering the deteriorating road conditions. We weretravelling maybe 35 to 40 MPH Westbound toward NY, about average speed for the traffic thatcrappy day. I was belted in the middle of the back seat looking forward and felt the car start tofishtail a bit. Before we knew what hit us, we were spinning around and around with a TractorTrailer heading right at us from the rear and lord knows those things do not stop well. Add to theequation, a steep embankment on the left shoulder. Well the lesser of 2 evils in our case was tospin right off the left shoulder, over the snow bank that was like a lauch ramp and down the bank.Well around and around we spun until we came to an abrupt halt as the airborn car landed at thebottom of the embankment and we hit so hard that I thought my tailbone was being driven into mythroat. It all happened so fast that I did not even have time to condider how to lessen the severityof the accident by bracing myself. Long story short I cracked my spine and severly damaged mytailbone. It hurt and it hurt bad for a long time. Back then they used screws and rods andperformed fusions to attempt a back repair like mine and I have been in severe pain for going on30 years now UNTIL FINALLY SOMETHING THAT HELPED. Click on the LINK HERE and IPROMISE IF YOU SUFFER WITH SEVERE OR EVEN MILD BACK PAIN, you will be thankingme for writing these articles and showing you the LINK. YOU CAN'T BELIEVE THE DIFFERENCEand if it doesn't help you then just ask for your money back, they are good folks and they do notexpect you to keep something that does not work for you. YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE ANDEVERYTHING TO GAIN!!!!http://99a945pj62cvh6a7gdjjqh3w64.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=BACKHELP ==== ====I had been to three different physicians. The car accident in 1990 had left me with terrible backpain. The only option offered to me was prescription medication. For three years I lived withchronic pain - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The prescription drugs helped relieve some of the discomfort, but I had to stop taking them when Ibegan getting sick to my stomach - which was often worse than the pain itself. Time and again Ithought, "This can't be the only choice. There must be another alternative." It wasn't until 3 years later that I heard about magnetic therapy from a friend, and decided to try it.With nothing to lose, I used a magnetic pad on my back during the day and slept on a magneticmattress pad every night. Much to my surprise, after two weeks my back felt much better. After afew months, the pain was completely gone! My wife, who had a back problem caused by herniated disks, woke up every morning with painand stiffness. Not long after sleeping on the magnetic pad, the stiffness began to subside, and shewas soon waking up pain-free as well. Although skeptical at first, I was amazed at the effectiveness of magnetic therapy, and began to
 
intensely investigate the field of biomagnetics. Since my initial experience, I have had the pleasureof helping many people achieve similar results, enhancing the quality of life of those suffering fromchronic conditions and injuries. Now I'd like to take the opportunity to help those of you who may be suffering from chronic backpain, and to tell you how to better prevent it. Back pain is the number one form of pain experienced by people in the U.S. It accounts for 20% ofall injuries and illnesses in the workplace, and is responsible for as much as $50 billion indiagnosis and treatment each year [1]. The National Institutes of Health estimate that 4 out of 5Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Not a pretty picture from anystandpoint. The majority of back pain occurs in the lumbar region of the spine [2]. Here, most of your body'sweight is placed on the lowest 5 of the 24 vertebrae (bones) that make up the spine. Consideringall the other muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, disks, and major nerves that are also a part of orconnected to the spine, it's no surprise that there are so many ways to injure your back as youtwist and bend them [3]. Pain is considered chronic if it's recurring, lasts more than three months, and can seemingly bestimulated by any small movement (for whatever reason) [4]. In the 21st century, we're finallyrealizing that drugs and surgery are not always the answer for treating chronic pain or othermusculoskeletal conditions & injuries. The future lies in an integrative approach to promoting the body's own healing ability by usingnoninvasive, safer treatments. Acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic and osteopathic care,and certain physical therapy exercises are just a few options to help with back pain. Following an individualistic approach to treatment is key. A particular therapy that may work forone person may not work as well for another. Often it's necessary to try a combination oftreatment methods to begin feeling significant improvements. For true recovery of back injuries and disease, pain and inflammation need to be reduced, properfunction and strength restored, and further injury prevented [4]. With this in mind, let's discuss howmagnetic therapy can help. One of the primary benefits of magnetic therapy is the reduction of inflammation. Localizedinflammation following an injury is a natural protective reaction. It creates an imbalance in sodiumand potassium ion (charged particle) concentrations at a cellular level. As a result, fluidaccumulates in the cells, causing the injured tissue to become inflamed. (Think of it as retainingwater after eating salty food.) If there's no intervention, the body will eventually heal itself and the inflammation will subside.However, this process can be very slow and painful. Because of this, treatments that can safelyspeed the overall process are needed, particularly in the case of chronic conditions like arthritis. Applying a bio-north magnetic field safely rebalances electrochemical ion concentrations. Excessfluids and toxins are flushed from the cells and removed through the lymphatic system. As a result,
 
healing time is often reduced by as much as 50%. Since major nerve bundles run through the spine, it's obvious why back pain is so common. Painis caused by an electrochemical signal sent to the brain. The normal electric potential of a neuron(nerve cell) is around 70mV when in a resting state. When injured, a neuron's charge becomespositive due to a shift in chemical ion balances. This triggers a pain signal to be sent to the brain. Applying a bio-north (negative polarity) magnetic field lowers a neuron's electric potential, bringingit closer to its normal, negative state. As a result, the pain signal diminishes faster, and in mostcases, will eventually stop. Another important goal when recovering from back injuries is restoring mobility. Magnetic therapyhelps relax muscle tissue, thereby increasing flexibility and reducing the incidence of musclespasms. About four years ago, researchers in Italy tested the effects of a magnetic seating system onseveral volunteers. Each person participated by either driving or remaining seated at a computerworkstation for prolonged periods, both with and without the magnetic system. "The results showed a decreased myoelectric (neuron) activity both at shoulder and lumbar levelby using the magnet based sitting system for prolonged seated work tasks...The system appearsto be an effective tool in preventing muscle contractures secondary to prolonged, constrainedpositions" [5]. Because it can be so difficult and painful to move, many people feel they need to rest for a fewdays after injuring their back. But did you know that bed rest should really be minimized oravoided? According to David Lehrman, M.D. (chief of orthopedic surgery at St. Francis Hospitaland founder of the Lehrman Back Center in Miami, FL), "for every week of bed rest, it takes twoweeks to rehabilitate" [3]. A 1995 study in Helsinki, Finland found that out of 186 subjects, those who went about their dailyactivities as tolerated had greater flexibility and less pain than those who underwentbackmobilizing exercises. The *slowest* recovery was seen in subjects that were prescribed twodays of bed rest [6]. While an interesting fact, it's one that some of us may grumble about. Bear in mind we still have tosleep and give our bodies a chance to heal and recuperate. As I found out years ago, sleeping onthe proper magnetic mattress pad will help speed the healing process and can significantly reducechronic pain over time. Back in 1990, a 12month clinical test on the effects of magnetic mattress pads was conducted inTokyo, Japan. The study, led by Dr. Kazuo Shimodaira, involved 431 subjects. 375 of themreceived full-sized magnetic pads and the remaining subjects received sham mattress pads forcontrol. (Each magnetic pad contained 124 permanent ferrite magnets with field strengths of750950 Gauss.) Here are the results of the yearlong test: 

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