Back muscle spasms

The involuntary and sudden contraction of a solitary or group of muscles is commonly referred to as a muscle spasm. Spasms can also result from an abrupt energy increase in the muscles. Muscle spasms actually are the body’s natural response to try to prevent further movement of already injured muscles. The primary areas most prone to painful spasms are the back and neck, although all muscles within the body are disposed to contraction. It is common to feel a sudden stiffening and tightness in the particular area affected by the spasm. While spasms are very painful, they usually resolve themselves, often within minutes.

 There are various reasons that can cause muscular contractions and each of these reasons is usually related to predisposing factors. Soreness and inflammation of the muscle, usually caused by abrupt movement or sudden bending, are what causes back muscles to spasm. Muscle pain centered in the back can in fact be caused by any body movement that is not performed at the correct angle. The following are a partial list of some of the more common causes of back spasms.

Back muscle spasms are very uncomfortable and annoying. It can be quite painful to even conduct day to day activities if severe muscle pain should develop in the back. Treatment for relieving back pain, in particular lower back pain, is sought after by millions of people all over the world. Often pain killers available over the counter are given to help combat the pain symptoms. There are however other remedial measures that can be used as treatment, that if practiced can help to stop back spasms.

Inflamed and injured muscles need proper rest which helps to speed up the healing and recovery process. By allowing yourself sufficient rest, you are also allowing the affected muscles a time to be immobilized which will help to prevent further stress on the injured muscles. This rest allows effective recovery of the muscles.

Stretching Exercise are Important

Exercises for the back that focus on stretching the muscles will help to loosen the tightened back muscles. By performing exercises designed to stretch tightened muscles this will help to stop the muscles from spamming.

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