Do you take paracetamol for your back pain?
Have a look at this link on some of the more recent research about this.
‘Paracetamol is ineffective at treating back pain and osteoarthritis despite being a recommended treatment, a group of Australian researchers has warned’.
One of the most important issues to understand here is WHY you have pain in the first place. WHAT has put your body in a position where it feels under threat? Pain is an OUTPUT from your brain and just by blocking that output you are not fixing WHY you have pain. Would it not be far better to get the WHY addressed and sorted?
If you can, get properly assessed by a professional who has been fully trained to assess, diagnose and treat you appropriately. Pain in your back may be due to another part of your body working less effectively and so your back ends up having to work harder.
Call us on 020 8605 2323 if you have any questions.