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Did Dr. Who Have TRP Based Back Pain?

I enjoy watching the Sci Fi program Doctor Who, and I admit, David Tennant, the 10th incarnation of “The Doctor” is my favorite! And … did you know that he had suffered from back pain in the past, along with 4 out of 5 adults in the UK.  Oh, and by the way, I read this article on an online daily UK newspaper site called the Portsmouth News.  It discusses how back pain is a huge problem in the the UK, and that back pain may be associated with something called Tension Related Pain or TRB for short …

 

David Tennant had back pain?

 

Be alert to the pain of a bad back and what to do

If you’ve never had a bad back, consider yourself lucky. However, chances are you’ll experience it to some degree in the future.

This week is BackCare Awareness Week and BackCare, the charity for healthier backs, points out that as many as four out of five UK adults, including celebrities like Victoria Beckham and the former Dr Who David Tennant, have back pain at some stage of their life.

It’s a huge problem, costing the NHS £1.3 million a day, and the UK economy £37 million a day, with around one per cent of the working population off sick due to back pain every day.

BackCare stresses that ‘back pain doesn’t kill, it tortures’. This won’t be the case for everybody, of course. For many people, the pain will only be mild or will improve or disappear quickly.

For others, though, back pain is a debilitating, chronic condition which can have a huge impact on quality of life.

Click the link below to continue reading this article:
http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/lifestyle/be-alert-to-the-pain-of-a-bad-back-and-what-to-do-1-4346390

 

 

The article emphasizes mindset and exercise as relevant treatments to back pain.  Managing your stress levels via meditation and relaxation exercises may be a good start.  And, of course, having a positive outlook on life. Bodyweight exercises, with some emphasis on building your core, is another great thing you can do for your back pain.
 
 

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