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What causes lower back pain in younger people?

January 9th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments
limeallure asked:

I am only 21 but have been suffering from lower back pain recently. Does anyone know what could be causing this or any exercises that could improve the pain. I am thinking it could be bad posture, but again this just started happening this past month. Help!

JUDE

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  1. celticwaverider
    January 12th, 2009 at 00:06 | #1

    it’s caused by stress you need to learn to chill out

  2. me
    January 13th, 2009 at 06:24 | #2

    biig boobies maybe. you could also be sleeping weird

  3. kissez
    January 16th, 2009 at 04:04 | #3

    i had that experience a lil while back while i was running track in high school. i saw a chiropractor and it turned out that my lower back was out of line. after seeing the chiropractor for about a month’s worth of treatment it was back in-line and i was fine to compete again. hope you get your problem fixed…best bet is to see a chiropractor about it, being young helps because your body is able to heal quicker.

  4. Cherilyn S
    January 16th, 2009 at 08:13 | #4

    are you always on your feet? your feet, legs have a lot to do w/the pressure on your back… I used to waitress and my back would be killn me… See if your doc can give you muscle relaxers… anything that would stretch and/or loosen them up will aid in the soothing… simple stretches in the morning, stretch side to side back and forth.. try to correct your posture, it only gets worse w/age…trust me..

  5. Sandy H
    January 17th, 2009 at 14:46 | #5

    SITTING DOWN OR STANDING UP FOR TOO LONG. RUNNING IS GOOD FOR THAT. STRETCHING TOO.

  6. Rhea B
    January 21st, 2009 at 01:06 | #6

    It comes from your ab muscles getting weak. Most people think that the spine is supported by back muscles. It is not, the majority of the support comes from the ab muscles.And one of the best ways to work them,that won’t hurt your back is to walk.

  7. ladeda
    January 22nd, 2009 at 02:11 | #7

    It could be so many things, such as:

    1. Bad Posture
    2. Strain to the muscles
    3. Fatiguing the muscles
    4. Sleeping in a bad position (such as on your stomach)
    5. Constantly standing/sitting

    Try to put ice on your back, for 20 minutes, then give it a break for about 1 hour, and repeat. Then apply heat to relax the pain. I recomend IcyHot patches for the back.

  8. sarabmw
    January 23rd, 2009 at 05:29 | #8

    A slipped disk is a common cause of back pain in younger adults if increased weight on the spine and pressure on the discs often lead to Back Pain. It can be because of Poor muscle tone in the back, Ligament or Muscle Tears , Joint Problems, Menstruation, Smoking.

  9. jeshzisd
    January 24th, 2009 at 08:51 | #9

    Believe it or not, weak abdominal muscles are often the cause of back pain! So try doing some crunches when your back isn’t too sore (when I start getting pain, I do the crunches even with the pain and it still makes me feel better the next day)

  10. Weston
    January 27th, 2009 at 05:01 | #10

    Go see a chiropractor and get your back aligned again. Then, walk about 8 miles a day, total. That includes just walking around the room and to your car and stuff. Stretch your back too. If you carry a heavy backpack around, stop. And good posture never hurts anyone. 🙂 Think about how you sleep as well. Hope you get this thing worked out.

  11. Aiyene
    January 27th, 2009 at 20:57 | #11

    i have lower back pains when pre-menstruation and during menstruation.

  12. AzN aNgEl CuTie
    January 28th, 2009 at 14:56 | #12

    ur bookbagsss

  13. siamsa_siamsa
    January 31st, 2009 at 14:50 | #13

    All of the above answers can be the sources of your back pain, but for women – female problems can also be the source of your problem. I would recommend that you go see your doctor and get a complete physical and let him/her diagnose your exact problem. Good luck!

  14. Terry C
    February 1st, 2009 at 08:05 | #14

    comes from sitting on your ass to much get active!!!!!!

  15. poison_ivy_sam
    February 4th, 2009 at 13:18 | #15

    strain
    anemia
    fatigue
    depression
    stomach ache
    kidney disease
    liver disease
    slip disc

    and even masturbation

    anemia is most common

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