How to Ease Lower Back Pain at Home

October 21, 2022

How to Ease Lower Back Pain at Home

Lower back pain can be uncomfortable, but there is a reliable and effective solution. 

The state of our back and the way it feels every day can often have a direct impact on other parts of our body and our general wellbeing. 

Whether it's nerve pain, muscle tension or stress-related back strain, it can feel almost impossible to go about our daily lives with agonizing back ache bringing us down. 

Back pain can affect people of any age and untreated, can also be associated with other health problems such as nerve damage, arthritis and certain autoimmune conditions. 

The good news is that there are simple solutions available that can help manage and ease back pain to ensure the pain is not only relieved, but doesn’t affect your overall health long-term. 

Regular back pain will always have an underlying cause

Nerve pain 

The most common type of nerve pain is caused from a damaged or pinched nerve near the vertebrae in the spine. This is most often caused by an injury or forcing the body to move positions quickly without stretching or preparing first. 


Arthritis is a condition that leads to inflammation of the joints, and worsens with age. Swelling and stiffness are the first signs of arthritis, and suffering from arthritis can make it hard to do basic daily tasks if it hasn't been diagnosed and managed properly.  

Bulging discs

Bulging discs is the term used to describe when the spongy disks between the vertebrae bulge out due to compression or injury. This is known as one of the most common causes of lower back pain. 



Also referred to as sciatic nerve pain, sciatica is commonly caused by compression of the nerve in the lower back, leading to pain running down the back of the leg and up one side of the body. This is also considered one of the most common causes of lower back pain. 


Kidney problems

Although kidney problems are often associated with lower back pain, problems with the kidney generally create middle back pain on both sides. 


Abnormal curvature of the spine

Also known as scoliosis, this condition is usually diagnosed from a young age and often leads to numbness and stiffness in both the lower back and legs.


There are three main groups of back pain to be aware of 

Although many different types of back pain can occur depending on the underlying cause, there are three core groups in which these types of back pain sit under: 

Chronic pain

Chronic pain is pain that goes on for 12 weeks or longer and is debilitating in nature. This type of pain usually requires additional support and a long-term solution that can help to alleviate the pain.  

Acute pain

Acute pain is more short-term pain and is often caused as a result of an injury or accident that has taken place. Acute pain will often go away on its own after a period of healing and recovery, however having a solution that can help ease the pain during this short period is also helpful. 


Subacute pain 

This type of pain is allocated for situations where pain is neither chronic or acute. The pain has been present between four to twelve weeks and doesn’t seem to be getting better. 


The top three exercises for lower back pain relief

1- Child’s pose 

    This well-known yoga pose is effective for lower back pain as it stretches out contracted muscles in the lower back and also loosens the surrounding muscles. 

    2- Supine Twist 

      The supine twist effectively opens up the lower back, but also focuses on loosening the glutes which can often tighten when lower back pain is present. 

      3- Knee-to-Chest Stretch

        The knee-to-chest is great for opening out the lower back muscles, however it also works in a more preventative way. If practiced daily, this stretch supports flexibility in this area of the body which can lead to preventing issues in this region occurring in the first place.

        How Biomat products can help to ease lower back pain

        Biomat products use infrared technology as well as oscillating AC and DC computer frequencies to heat the body from the inside out. This is particularly effective when treating sore muscles, stiffness and back pain. 

        The Far Infrared Technology is used to relieve pain and stress in the entire body by expanding the smaller blood vessels and capillaries. From there, circulation increases and the inflammation in the back begins to become reduced. 


        How Negative Ion Technology can help to heal back pain

        Exposure to Negative Ions can relax the nervous system, charge the immune system, relieve pain in the body and work as an antioxidant. Many researches of Negative Ion technology have said that exposure to Negative Ions can have positive effects.  

        Therefore, the full potential of any Biomat product is achieved when Far Infrared Rays, Amethyst Crystal, and Negative Ion technology come together in the Biomat’s 17 specialized layers.

        When understanding how to ease lower back pain at home, it's important to remember that Biomat is a safe, effective, FDA  registered product and case studies have shown outstanding results for improving pain and stress symptoms. 

        It combines all the needed technologies into one relaxing, comfortable treatment you can do from home to help ease any back pain symptoms you might be experiencing. 

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        Disclaimer: This information is not intended to cure, diagnose or treat medical conditions. Please consult with a qualified health practitioner before beginning any new health program.