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Having back pain

Being sitting for hours, I have started feeling back pain and has increased a lot these days. It's sometime more when I stretch my body or during sleep at night. I guess it's not the simple pain that people usually feels for hours sittings. I assume this might be slip disc or some other reason. Never had any injury or accident. Possibly someone could suggest me on this. Thanks
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Avoid Long sitting its due to strain means muscle strain posture correction must and tk physiotherapy treatment avoid toward bending and lifting heavyweight
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Hi..there are many reasons for back pain..ya but nowadays its become very common at your age. Your back needs to be thoroughly assessed to know the cause..many a times its just a wrong posture of sitting and sedentary lifestyle..so please visit Physio so that first subsidie your pain and than teach you exercises and ergonomics for long term result and to avoid recurrent pain.
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Hello there....., Almost everyone will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. This pain can vary from mild to severe. It can be short-lived or long-lasting.... There are many causes of low back pain. It sometimes occurs after a specific movement such as lifting or bending. Just getting older also plays a role in many back conditions.... One of the more common causes of low back pain is muscle soreness from over-activity. Muscles and ligament fibers can be overstretched or injured.... Consult orthopedician...
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