Six Exercises Revealed By a Surgeon That Will Heal Your Spine Before It Gets Worse

Back pain has increased worldwide by almost 54% and many factors causing it have everything to do with lifestyle such as having to remain hunched over a desk at work, excessive cell phone usage and poor posture. The worst thing about back pain is that it is a slow degeneration of the spine and alignment that causes back pain and if nothing is done to rectify it, the issue can slowly worsen over time. Doctor Nikolai Amosov a genius surgeon and inventor felt that the key to good health lies in our own hands and it was his systematic approach that has helped many find relief from back pain and even avoid serious problems in future.

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1Dr Amosov’s exercises

Dr Amosov created his own set of exercise that was very effective. In fact, he has also proved by his own health how these are valuable to live a longer life and heal the spine in the early stages of degeneration. These exercises have also strengthened his muscles to avoid joint problems too. Doctor Amosov developed the Wellness 1000 movement that is extremely popular today and these exercises are part of it.

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2How many do you need to do?

Doctor Amosov also performed every exercise 100 times each at the maximum pace that was possible. The entire routine he found takes just half an hour and that’s 30 minutes. His pulse beats reached approximately 120 beats per minute and that is the count close to aerobic training. He recommends that you start doing 4 to 5 exercises and between 10 to 20 repetitions each.

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3Exercise 1: Exercise on a chair

You need to lie on your stomach (abs) in a chair face down and make sure your hands are locked behind your head. Now your legs should be straight out or you can rest them on another chair or sofa if necessary. Now make your body parallel to the floor by straining it completely and bend your lower back backward as much as possible by raising your upper body. Repeat this 10 times.

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4What is it good for?

Much like the cobra pose in yoga but a repetitive one, it stretches the muscles in the shoulder, chest and abs. It also increases flexibility in the spine, tones the buttocks and reduces back pain considerably. The glute-ham raise also is similar to this exercise.

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5Exercise 2. Yoga bending

First lie flat on your back on a yoga mat. Your hands should be placed along the sides of your body. Now raise your legs up and gently move them behind your head to touch the floor with your toes. If you cannot do this, try and go as far back with your feet as your body permits you. Do not do it fast but slowly. Do this 10 times.

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