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Here’s How to To Deal with Sciatica, Hip And Reduce Pain

The sciatic nerve is important in the human body. I have never heard of it before, but it has an impact on your movement. This nerve causes problems in the buttocks, thighs, but also the legs and toes.

It is located in the lower back and can cause you pain daily. During the movement, you may feel more pain than usual. When you move this nerve is suppressed, it can cause you pain, and you may feel weak. The legs can become numb often, and often you do not have the strength to walk.

Any pain you may have from this nerve can be reduced through various movements. We will advise you of some movements that will soothe this pain.

1.) Try to keep your spine straight even when sitting in a chair. You can cross your legs or place them straight. You can bend the injured leg slightly, but without overdoing it. Don’t keep it like this for a long time because it can cause pain.

2.) During your day, try to balance your body. Lean against the wall and stay that way for a few minutes. Place the leg that hurts on top of the other leg. In this way, you form the number 4. Keep it that way, as many minutes as possible. Occasionally lower your foot to the ground to rest

3.) Lie down for about 20 minutes and place the injured leg behind the other knee. Then place the leg that hurts on the ground. Try to keep your knee on the floor. You can repeat this exercise several times a day. Then do the same with the other leg.

You will want to recover from this particular stretch! Lie on your back, bend both knees together and pull them together with your palms towards the torso.

4. Another movement that we advise you of is the movement of the thigh. Try to lay your bucket on the floor. Place your feet in front of the anus and keep your knees close together.

This way, you have to press your belly down and try to touch the floor. If you start to feel pain, you should stop this exercise. Usually, you should practice it for about 20 or 30 minutes a day.

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