1. Keep your posture
When running, pull your shoulders back and relaxed. Lean your body slightly forward, let the force of gravity helps the body lean forward. (more…)
1. Keep your posture
Lot of people complain about upper back and chest pain, the problem could be caused by poor posture while standing or working in a seated position the muscles in the upper back, linked to the shoulder blades becomes stressed and painful. When the pain begins suddenly it may be confused with a heart attack, since it begins mainly in the back and can feel like a spike being driven all the way through the chest cavity.
To find out if the pain is heart related you could ask the person to take a deep breath.If the pain becomes worse while inhaling, there are chances of posture causing the upper back and chest pain. However, it is always better to have any pains in the chest investigated by a doctor.A wrong diagnosis by an unqualified person can be deadly.
When people work in front of a computer for extended periods with their arms held slightly up, are putting a lot of strain on the shoulder muscles, especially if their elbows are not supported. This can cause upper back and chest pain.
Severe from upper back and chest pain can be relieved through pinpoint massage at the central point of the pain between the shoulders. An exercise that can help to reduce this type of pain is called a shoulder raise. Standing in an upright position with arms hanging straight down, lift the shoulder as his as they will go and without dropping them down, rotate them towards the back, then allow them to be lowered. Be repeating this exercise 10 or more times twice a day, it can help alleviate and prevent upper back and chest pain.
Swimming can also help to eliminate upper back and chest pain.With the head raised to stay out of the water, the body naturally extends itself to help the muscles to become more relaxed. While seated, constant reminders to sit up straight and maintaining good posture can do wonders to relieve the causes of upper back and chest pain.Recent search: back heart pain
Tendons are fibrous chords that connect the muscles to the bone. When these chords are inflamed, a condition known as Tendonitis is probably taking place, and it is usually characterized by tenderness and pain around the affected body part. (more…)
This asana is also known as the Crow or Crane pose asana. Baka means crane, this pose represents the crane. It is a very good asana for elbow balancing too. Your arms and wrists are the ones which are strengthened. (more…)
Gomukhasana is also known as Cow Face Pose. If you happen to look at this asana from behind it would resemble the face of the cow, due to this reason, this name has been given to this asana. Another theory for this name being given is that, the pose depicts the sitting position of the cow. The way this asana is done, makes it very easy to stretch most parts of your body. (more…)