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Home Remedies For Severe Back Pain – Part 1

There are quite a few home remedies that can help relieve back pain, but there are only a few of them that actually work really good. The typical hot and cold compress is one that is simple and works every single time. This can be made from anything. If you have a water bottle, you can fill it with hot or cold water and apply it that way. You can also use an ice pack that can also be warmed up and used as a hot compress. If you are looking to relax while you heal your back, you may want to give a nice warm bath a try. This way, you can relax and read or do whatever you want while you soak your back. Another good home remedy for back pain is exercise. Now, because of the pain, it may be hard for some to exercise, but if you can you should try to…even if it is just a little.

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