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Cervical and Lumbar spondylosis August 26, 2021

Cervical and Lumbar spondylosis

Spondylosis is a degenerative condition where the structure of the spine slowly degenerates. Few well-known reasons for spondylosis are aging and osteoarthritis. However, other factors may also raise the risk of spondylosis. Spondylosis is the painful deterioration of your spine. Mostly, it happens due to changes in your spine by age, wear-and-tear, and osteoarthritis.

Normal indications include:

  • Circular pain in the upper limb
  • Immobility and feeling of numbness
  • Soreness in the neck
  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • A click or popping sound while moving your neck
  • Pain in neck while moving it

Here are few tips to save your spine from Spondylitis:

Swelling or inflammation in between one or more spine bones (vertebra) is known as spondylitis. In easier words it means arthritis in the spine. Spondylosis is also commonly known as Spondylitis so it has almost become a synonym. Swelling in one or more discs of the spine is known as Spondylosis. However, you can prevent it with a few small actions and alertness. Some tips to escape from spondylosis are:

  • Maintain the body posture while seating
  • Don’t keep bending your neck for too long while working on the computer
  • Make yoga and exercise a part of your routine
  • Try to be in an idle weight
  • Take a nutritious diet for healthy muscles and bones
  • Smoking triggers the degeneration of the spine
  • Rest your back after long hour bending
  • Protect your disc immediately after walking
  • Stretch your Hamstrings
  • Strictly avoid alcohol to keep your bones strong
  • Calcium and vitamin D are known as building blocks of bones. Intake them as much as possible
  • Always try to get a good sleep
  • Try to reduce any kind of strain on your joints

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