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daily rest periods for warding off lower back pain?



  • Listening to our bodies--why is this so difficult!

    My dog has the good sense to rest when she is injured. We humans seem to have a tougher time with the most basic things.

    You are right, I am going to be more productive if I rest, especially the creative aspects of my work. There are no creative juices flowing when we're in screamin pain.
  • Well said iowarobin. I have been listening to my body which is why I've been laying down so much for the last 8 months... it seems my body doesn't want me to do anything. But when I've lain down for a while and my legs or knees get stiff that's my body telling me I need to move them a bit, not a difficult concept really. I've always believed pain is your body letting you know something is wrong - if only our doctors would understand that too. Mine has been telling me to just learn to live with it from day one.
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