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3 Proven Ways to Get Your Ex Girlfriend Back and End Break Up Pain Fast

What “they” say is true in life: it is better to have loved and lost, than to never have loved at all. But the experience can be more than just heartbreaking, it can leave you down in the dumps for a very l-o-n-g time if you let it get to you too much. Remember, and be thankful, that you have your entire life ahead of you. So don’t sit silently in despair, instead let’s talk about some moves you can make that will guarantee you’ll be feeling better in no time, and can improve the odds of getting your ex girlfriend back significantly – if that’s want you want.

The first thing you need to do is realize that NO, you’re life is not over just because the apple of your eye is no longer around to take care of you and do things with you. Believe me, I’ve been in the position before …where I let ONE person affect and impact my life so strongly… that I was depressed for several weeks to come.

In all honesty, it was one of my first real relationships, and it took me nearly 3 months to get over it. The trick? Enjoy life. You need to take up new hobbies, take a couple night classes that interest you, join a gym… ANYTHING. Do something! But whatever you do, don’t sit there and mope! The longer you sit around feeling bad for yourself, the longer you’ll feel “normal” doing so. “Life’s dealt me a bad hand, and I accept it.” NO! Life is what you make of it, so go make it worthwhile.

And the second thing you need to do, if you’re looking to get her back into your arms is this: once you’ve effectively gotten over the break up (realized that there are more fish in the sea, and that you don’t REALLY “need” her) it’s time to show to her that you’re 100% fine without her. Make it a point to attend social gatherings and events where you know she may be, and have a ball!

Thirdly… socialize, flirt with others… absolutely enjoy yourself! (with the end goal in mind that if you want your ex back, she will have to come BACK to YOU). Don’t outright ignore her, but speak to her when spoken to. Believe me, she WILL come talk to you eventually, after you leave her wondering how it is that you are able to have such a good time without her, so soon after the break up.

Finally, now that you have learned some tips for stopping break up pain dead in it’s tracks, and can convince your ex girlfriend that by not being with you she will truly be missing out on a great opportunity, head over to my blog at http://cureheartache.com where I discuss these tips and MORE in greater detail.

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Improving Lower Back Stability For Fast Lower Back Pain Relief

This exercise is more of a passive exercise to open up your chest and to provide indirect stability for your lower back. So if you got lower back pain, this is a great exercise to rest your lower back and also to passively open up your upper back to get more uniformity in the functionality of the spine. So we’re going to use a couple of props here. First one is a blanket. Now I’ve got a fluffy blanket here, but I don’t recommend that. I recommend a firmer blanket. Generally I use a firm blanket, today I don’t have one. So I’m using a fluffy blanket. It’s fairly firmed up though. The second thing I have here is a yoga bolster. This is a pretty firm yoga bolster; it’s about eight inches thick. When you first get it, it’s round, but it temps down, it’s about eight inches thick, and maybe, I don’t know, a foot and a half, two feet long, something like that, long enough to support your torso basically. So, now if you don’t have a bolster, and you don’t have a firm yoga blanket, and by the way in the next version we’re going to use a strap, you can buy those on my website if you’d like, but that’s not the point. If you don’t have one, and you want to use something in place of a bolster, get a couple of firm blankets, and fold them up lengthwise like the shape of this bolster, and stack them on top of each other. So they’re nice and firm, you really want firm support for your body, because that’s the only way your back is going to release if there’s back support. Okay, so here we go. First off, I sit on the edge of the bolster. It’s pretty straightforward, buttocks on the edge of the bolster, legs straight out, in front of me, toes facing towards the ceiling. Now, I reach in with my hands, I grab my inner knees, this is important, I’m not going to use the muscles in here to pull my legs towards me, I’m going to actually use my arms. I pull my legs towards me, but not too close to the bolster, then I put my feet together, and I lift my buttocks and I put them on the floor, about a fist-distance away from the bolster, okay, so I have a little bit of room for my back to arch. Now I arch my back over the bolster, and I take the blanket and I bring it right up to my shoulders here, and I just place my head on the blanket. Now, my arms go out to my sides. In this position, my lower back is fully supported. I have a nice lumbar support here, so my back can rest and feel the support of the bolster, notice how it goes right into my back and helps me to create this lumbar curve, one that I don’t have probably enough of. Now this upper chest and back open passively because of the support of this bolster. My head and neck are supported, so, no part of my spine is straining at all. None of my spine is working right now, it’s just resting and releasing. So this passive opening of the upper back actually allows more opening of the upper spine, more movement of the upper spine, and because of that, when you have more movement of the upper spine, you’ll need less movement in the lower spine. Now, when you need less movement, you will get less movement, because remember, what you don’t use, nature takes away, to use it or lose it. So if you’re not using all of your lower back, mobility will loosen up a bit or tighten up a bit, which is a good thing, and you can do that without doing strengthening exercises by simply loosening up the upper back. The arms are at the sides, elbows resting, and you just release in this position, and lie here for five to ten minutes. Now, to come up, the longer the better, to come up, you place your place your elbows on the floor and grab your legs with your hands, and lift your body using your elbows and arms for support, head coming up last. Do not use the front of the body as much as possible, use your arms to bring yourself up. Come up right, take your outer knees together with your hands, and then straighten your legs, and there you have it.

It’s so easy to do this exercise. Its hassle free, it doesn’t require much space, and you can do this in the privacy of your home. What’s more this exercise relieves lower back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, all sorts of back pains fast. Try it, and see for yourself. To get the free video of today’s featured exercise visit http://www.backpainreliefworkshop.com. Register, and grab the video and all the other videos absolutely free, no hidden charges whatsoever. What are you waiting for? Grab one now, and take your first step to a newer, healthier you.

http://www.backpainreliefworkshop.com. In this instructional video the author shows us how to improve lower back stability for fast back pain relief.

Manny Aragon is an advanced practitioner of Structural Integration, having successfully provided health resources for people with back pain problems for over a decade. For more information visit http://www.backpainreliefworkshop.com or call (949) 375-7278.





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Loosening The Upper Back For Fast Lower Back Pain Relief

Loosening the Upper Back for Fast Lower Back Pain Relief

Ok, in this version of this, in this exercise, I’m going to show you how to basically open up your chest and your upper back. So remember, the lower back, if it’s too mobile, there’s pain there, the upper back and the chest are generally tight. So rather than strengthening the lower back, we loosen the upper, so that we can get more uniformity in the movements across the spinal system. So, first of all I start by lying on my back, knees bent, feet flat on the table, feet pointing as the same direction of my body, parallel to my body, not pointing on the sides. And I turn my arms out to the side, outward, palms facing upward, thumbs facing sideways. And I turn them even farther out, and then I reach in and grab my ankles. Now, in order that I don’t hurt my neck, I’m going to face the ceiling now, so I don’t want to be arching my back while my neck is turned. I might damage my neck. So please do not do that. And then I simply press into my feet, notice my knees remain parallel to my body, and cantilever my body up and over on to my shoulders. I just do this several times, to get the movement, because initially, I don’t go very far. See I’m not very far here, but if I keep doing it. And eventually I’ll get up higher and higher, as I let my neck release and relax, and my throat release and relax. Now, I’m a little higher now; well I can keep going. I’m not using my lower back at all, it’s relaxed. I’m pushing into my feet, and I’m coming on to my shoulders. My spine is actually quite relaxed. And then I come on down. Now, if you have trouble doing it, grabbing your ankles like this, then go on to the next exercise where I will show it with the aid of a strap or belt.

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Combined Yoga Exercises For Fast Back Pain Relief

In this exercise, I’m going to show you a combination of exercises that we’ve learned before in other videos which you can find in my websites. So if you’re watching this one now, and you want to learn the different components, go to my websites, click the link. There is also a link on the bottom part of my video. Go that website, sign up and get my videos for free. Now, I will be using a sticky mat. But you may also use a floor that has traction. A slippery surface is not advisable for this exercise. But I prefer a sticky mat. A yoga mat is intended to have traction. It’s not intended to be slippery. You should not slip on the mat when your hands perspire when you perform the exercises or yoga poses. Buy a mat, if you don’t have one already, or if you have the slippery mat. Again, find a mat that is sticky. You can buy this from my website, or you can buy it from a yoga studio or online, or at Walmart, or other places. The mat is not primarily for padding, it’s not for show, unless you go to a class and impress your friends. A sticky mat will really help you in these exercises. So, I start out by standing on the mat, with my feet hip-width distance apart, facing forward. I’m going to press my weight evenly across my feet, balancing it across my feet. I’ll let my weight to be centered just in front of the heels, in between the arc of the feet and the heel. And then I’m going to reach up towards the ceiling, lift both of my arms over my head, keep them straight, parallel to the body. Then I’m going to drop my weight into my heels a little bit more. If you cannot keep your arms straight and vertical, you may take them into a “V” position. And I press into my feet, and I lift my arms, and I lengthen my body, and drop my weight more into my heels. And then I bend forward at the waist, keeping my body arched. Then I touch the floor if I can. If you can’t do it, that’s ok. Then I step my right foot backward, and then my left foot backward, balancing my weigh on my fingertips, then I press my palms down on the mat, the middle finger facing forward. Palms flat on the mat. I’m on the balls of my feet here. So my heels are raised. And then I bend knees a little bit, and straighten my arms, and lift my buttocks. Well, I have one long line from my fingertips to my buttocks. Then I’m going to start to straighten my legs, dropping my heels down to the floor a little bit. Now, your body should be in an inverted “V” shape on the mat. And then drop my heels further into the floor. If it does not reach the floor, that’s ok. Then bend your knees and move your body forward. Then drop your body slowly into the ground. Tuck your elbows close to your body; legs ramrod straight, buttocks and quadriceps working hard. Do not press your body and your weight into the ground. Just hover about a half to one inch from the floor. This uses up a lot of upper body strength. And then, lift your chest, arch your back upward, using your arms minimally. Then lift your buttocks and go back into the inverted “V” shape position. I’m on the balls of my feet. Then I step forward with my right foot, and then to my left. So my feet are now parallel. Then straighten your legs. Then to stand up place your hands on your hips, work your quadriceps, and lift yourself up, and come back into the raised arm position. And you can repeat the exercise. I usually alternate which foot steps back first. You can repeat with a cycle of ten. This is a great exercise. It’s a dynamic exercise for lengthening and strengthening the core musculature of the body and the base of support of the spine. It’s fabulous for releasing the back. Have fun.

It’s so easy to do this exercise. Its hassle free, it doesn’t require much space, and you can do this in the privacy of your home. What’s more this exercise relieves lower back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, all sorts of back pains fast. Try it, and see for yourself. To get the free video of today’s featured exercise visit http://www.backpainreliefworkshop.com. Register, and grab the video and all the other videos absolutely free, no hidden charges whatsoever. What are you waiting for? Grab one now, and take your first step to a newer, healthier you.

Manny Aragon is an advanced practitioner of Structural Integration, having provided health resources for people with back pain problems for over a decade. For more information visit http://www.backpainreliefworkshop.com or http://www.therolfworkshop.com.

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Strengthening Leg Muscles For Fast Back Pain Relief

Now in this exercise I’m going to show you a forward bending motion that is fabulous for helping to release the low back and the upper spine as well. It’s great for strengthening your base of support for the core musculature of the body, and by that I mean legs. So, will strengthen and well as lengthen the legs, the muscles of the legs; strengthening the quadriceps while lengthening the hamstrings. Short hamstrings are a huge component of lower back pain in many, many cases. And in my practice, I have seen that over, and over again. Short hamstrings are linked to lower back pain. So, this is a great way to lengthen the hamstrings, strengthen the muscles on the other side, the quadriceps and allow the spine to release, and basically lengthen the front of the lower spine. So, this exercise is a basic forward bend. So, we’re going to start out with your feet parallel. I’ll be using a sticky yoga mat by the way. You can also use a solid, or a hard surface, something’s that’s not squishy. You could buy one from my website, or from other places such as Walmart. It should be sticky and not slippery. Get one that does not tend to slip when your hands or other parts of your body perspire. You’ll really need the traction of this mat for this exercise. They’re not expensive, about twenty to twenty-five bucks. So, again, I highly suggest that you get a sticky mat. Again, in this exercise, I start out with my two feet parallel. My weight is evenly distributed across my two feet. My knees, my ankles, and my head are all lined up. So make sure you’re feet are not on the side, they should be facing forward. I need to support the core structures of my body, and in order to do that I should have a solid foundation. So I put my legs into a position that provides a strong and a solid foundation, and I can right now with the body that I have. So I do that. The next thing I’m going to do is when I work my quadriceps hard. Look at just above my knees, and you’ll see that my quadriceps is working, and as I work these muscles my knee caps raise a little bit. My muscles are hard now; I work them pretty hard. Now in this exercise you’ll going to find as you bend forward, the quadriceps are going to be want to let go and they start to get soft, and keep reminding yourself to tighten them up. What I do is I rap my knuckles to test the muscles if they’re soft, or if they’re working. The next thing I’m going to do is I’m going to balance my weight just in front of the heel. So that’s between the rear part of the feet and the arc of my feet. That’s where I want my weight to go. And yet I want my feet to be easily spread across the floor, with weight evenly distributed. But if I want to drop a plumb line down from my head, I would want the plumb line just in front of the area between my two heels. Next I’m going to take my hands to my waist. I’m going to lift my knee caps, and lift my chest, and begin to bend forward at the waist. Notice, that I’m not arching, but bending forward with a concave back. I bend forward at the waist and at some point, my hamstrings starts to pull and my back starts to round a little bit. So I will just work to where I can. But I don’t really want to force my back to round. I’m allowing gravity to help me in this exercise. I just cross my arms and I work my legs, and what you’ll find is, your weight will move forward on your feet, or perhaps on your one foot or the other. And what you’ll do is you just keep balancing up your weight, pushing the weight into your heels, and it doesn’t matter if you touch the floor or not. You’ll find that your muscles and your thigh want to release, you strengthen them up again. Eventually you’ll spine will release. Before you come up, place your hands on your hips and then come up using your strong legs to support your body. This is a great exercise. It’s a little bit counter-intuitive for lower back pain but it can help. If you do this and your back pain increases, stop. If you do this and your back pain decreases, then continue to do it. Those are the two things that you really need to use to gauge whether this exercise is going to work for you or not. But it’s a great option and it works fabulously for certain people.

It’s so easy to do this exercise. Its hassle free, it doesn’t require much space, and you can do this in the privacy of your home. What’s more this exercise relieves lower back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, all sorts of back pains fast. Try it, and see for yourself. To get the free video of today’s featured exercise visit http://www.backpainreliefworkshop.com. Register, and grab the video and all the other videos absolutely free, no hidden charges whatsoever. What are you waiting for? Grab one now, and take your first step to a newer, healthier you.

Manny Aragon is an advanced practitioner of Structural Integration, having provided health resources for people with back pain problems at his clinic in Newport Beach California for over a decade. To grab his instructional videos of back pain relief exercises absolutely free visit http://www.backpainreliefworkshop.com or call (949) 375-7278 for more information.





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Fast Tips on How to Treat Back Pain

Back pain can happen anytime and anywhere without any warning. It really stresses anybody who suffers from this kind of disorder. All over the world, millions of people are inflicted with lower back pain. Luckily, pain in the back can be treated.

For people who go through back pain, here are some of the tips on how to treat lower back pain.

Tip 1 – Proper diet

The first thing to do is to have a correct diet especially when you are overweight. Loosen up those fats by eating fruits and vegetables to cleanse the body. Vitamins and minerals are also necessary to strengthen the bones and muscles thus, treating back pain.

Tip 2 – Over-the counter medications

Medicines that are non-prescribed can be bought in pharmacies to help therapy back pain. These medicines are as follows:

• Pain relievers
• NSAIDs ( non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)
• Muscle relaxants
• Cortisone injections
• Analgesics

These medicines may help cure back pain for the moment or even longer. Proper consultation to the doctor should be done first so that effective treatment is made.

Tip 3 – Exercise

Another effective and fast way to remove back pain is to apply simple exercises for the back. There are many methods of exercises that can be done and applied to help cure backache. Here are some:

• Yoga
• Pilates
• Tai chi
• Walking
• Running
• Swimming
• Back flexes or stretches

Tip 4 – Massage

Anybody who suffers from back pain will surely try a very relaxing massage. Massaging the lower and upper back portion of the body will surely relax the muscles and release the tension in the bones.

Topical treatment creams like capsaicin, ginger and other “heat” producing topical creams can be added and applied together with a good massage will do the trick in alleviating backache.

Tip 5 – Acupressure

Acupressure or acupuncture is an ancient Chinese method to treat pain in the back. Acupuncture use needles to treat the different disorders including back pain.

Tip 6 – Water therapy

Take a relaxing hot shower or a nice soak in a bath tub. There are also therapeutic tubs that eject water to massage the back. Another type of water therapy is drinking it itself. Water cleanses the body and it also hydrates the muscles and the bones hence, it helps treat back pain.

Tip 7 – Correct posture

Backache occurs in people because of improper posture while at work or even just in a sitting position. Ensure a proper posture so that the muscles and the bones in the back are not bumping at each other causing back pain.

Tip 8 – Herbal supplements

There are herbal supplements that may aid in stopping back pain. Some of these herbal supplements are willow bark, ginger herb and capsaicin. Just make sure that it is FDA approved and it can treat back pain effectively.

These are some of the tips that can be applied to heal back pain. Proper consultation to the doctor is still the best idea so that treatment is properly done.

How to end your back pain problems as fast as possible. Learn the secrets from a ‘survivor’ of back pain at http://www.removemybackpain.com/backpaincure

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Natural Remedies For Back Pain – Fast Back Pain Relief

Back pain is a common type of pain that afflicts a majority of adults. It can either be chronic or acute. Injury to ligaments, muscles, tendons and bones due to excessive use or movement of the back causes acute back pain. On the other hand, chronic back pain is reoccurring pain which usually happen without a particular reason. Pregnancy is another cause of backache. The changes in the body, which puts pressure on the lower back, coupled with stress leads to back pain. Backache can also be caused by nutritional deficiencies and muscle tension.

Natural remedies for back pain are a better alternative to regular pan relief drugs. Listed here are some easy to prepare remedies which items you would normally find in your home.

* Chamomile tea. Stress has a negative effect on the body and it usually leaves your muscles tensed and strained. The chamomile tea will soothe the muscles and calm your mind. For good results drink up to 3 cups daily.
* Epsom salts. Epsom salts reduce swelling like those on the back which cause backache. You can add it to your bath; add about 2 cups for a 30 minute soak.
* Rice. A cup of uncooked rice is filled into a clean and thick sock and warmed on medium to low heat in the microwave for 30-60 seconds. The sock is then applied to the back for pain relief.
* Cold compresses. Ice packs or cold compresses are another natural remedy; it can be applied to the affected area almost immediately. It numbs the pain and reduces inflammation. Simple place crushed ice cubes into plastic bags and then cover it with a cloth or towel. Apply the compress for 15 minutes then repeat after 30 minutes.
* Ginger root. Ginger has anti inflammation properties which helps relieve pain as well. Slice the ginger root into pieces of 1-2 inch and add this to a quart of boiling water. Simmer the water on low heat for another 30 minutes, keep the water covered. Strain the water after cooling it, add honey to taste and drink the water.
* Milk. Milk is beneficial for your bones and women must include milk in their diet as it is an essential source of calcium. Calcium makes the bones stronger helping you prevent osteoporosis.
* Hot compresses. You can also use a hot compress to relieve pain. It should be applied only 48 hours after an injury. The warmth from the compress relaxes muscles and increases blood flow. You can use a heating pad, washcloth dipped in hot water or simple take a shower or bath in warm water.
* You could also try out posture exercises and even a massage to reduce back pain.
* You might like to try biofreeze. This is a good product that can help you to relieve pain from backaches, muscular sprains, joint pains, neck pain, arthritis, muscular strains, painful ankle, knee, hip & elbow joints.

If you suffer from chronic back pain then avoid lifting heavy objects and dont put too much pressure on the lower back. It is always better to sit in a firm chair rather than a couch as the chair will give you good posture without hurting your back.

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