Plymouth Back Pain and Stress Relief at Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology

Stress messes with lifestyle, sometimes in the subtlest of ways. Stress may keep you awake at night. Stress may make you forgetful. Plymouth stress may provoke Plymouth back pain. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology may contribute to the relief of stress-related Plymouth back pain by acknowledging its influence and leading Plymouth chiropractic patients to means they can use to control their stress-induced Plymouth back pain.


Back pain research shows that stress upsets our lives at times. Plymouth back pain sufferers are not alone in this issue at Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology.  Teenagers starting as young as 14 already experience low back pain that follows them into early adulthood. It may be a big problem for some and not much of one for others. Some will turn to meds, not go to school/work, not participate in activities; others do not. Some predictors for poor response to low back pain include being female, poor mental health status, sports involvement, genetics, negative back pain thoughts, etc. (1) Young adults in their 20s report that stress is amid the factors connected with low back pain in young adults along with marital status, spine pain history, arduous exercise, job satisfaction, monotony, more time spent studying, and family spine pain history. (2) Low back pain is the most common cause of disability for those under 45 years of age, vastly influencing social and economic facets of life. (3) Stress may well be a reason in the worsening of low back pain. (4) Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology and its chiropractic care helps take the stress out of back pain.


Back pain and psychological distress tend to go hand-in-hand for Plymouth back pain sufferers. The link between spine pain and psychological stress is poorer in women by 7% - 11% of women and 4% of men. It goes both ways: spine pain is stressful, and stress triggers spine pain. (5) Job duties play a role in the stress Plymouth workers sense. Healthcare workers as a group are at higher risk of low back pain with 53% of them saying they have low back pain. Medical secretaries have the highest rate of low back pain at 56.9%. Standing a lot, sitting a lot, working a lot of years in the field, working at a computer a lot are a few influential factors in this group. (6) Eldercare workers who view stress as a part of their job have more low back pain. (7)

BRING YOUR STRESS AND BACK PAIN TO Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology 

Schedule your next Plymouth chiropractic appointment at Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology for calming, relieving Plymouth chiropractic care to alleviate stress and any related back pain.

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