Sciatic nerve pain and 4 ways to feel better

If you’ve ever experienced sciatic nerve pain, you know the uncomfortable feeling that comes with it.

What Might Cause Sciatic Nerve Pain?

There are many reasons that you could find yourself suffering from sciatic nerve pain. Here are a few of the most common causes:

Having Herniated Discs

Tumors Growing on the Spine H

having Piriformis Syndrome

Experiencing Body Trauma

Having Spinal Stenosis

Having Spondylolisthesis

Injuring or Fracturing Your Pelvis

Treating Sciatic Nerve Pain

When you have serious issues, you will want to see a doctor. In the meantime, you can help yourself ease some of the pain with these 4 methods:

#1 Massage with Thumbs and Palms

Rest your hands on your lower back, above the pelvis.

Rub area towards pelvis and downwards with hands and thumbs.

Move to waist and muscles surrounding spine.

#2 Apply Pressure with Knuckles

Lie flat on back with feet on the ground, knees up.

Hands on the floor under lower back, in fists, palms down.

Stay there for one minute.

Move into a fetal position before sitting up.

#3 Massage with Tennis Balls

Put two tennis balls wrapped in a towel or sock.

Sit with feet flat, knees bent, tennis balls behind you.

Lean back until the pained area of backrests on balls.

Move balls to different pained areas.

Go into a fetal position before sitting up.

#4 Specific Stretches

Sit with legs straight out in front of you.

Bring one knee, bent, into the chest, and hold for at least ten seconds.

Switch sides and repeat.

Lie flat on back, lift legs up, with knees bent.

Put back down and repeat 5 repetitions.

Flat on back, one knee bent to the chest, hold for ten seconds.

Sitting, legs straight out, reach fingers all the way to toes.

If you’re in pain, use these methods until you’re able to get to a doctor for more help.

 

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