When you experience back pain, it is usual to assume that it has something to do with your spine, and straining your back.
But here are actually a number of different reasons why your back might be hurting.
At times, it has to do more with one of your organs than your actual spinal cord or nervous system.
For instance, your gallbladder can create pain in the middle of your back, between your shoulder blades, that you would swear was a 'back' pain, not something to do with an internal organ!
This is also the case whenever it comes to the kidneys and for many people, this is the type of back pain that is worse than any other.
There are a number of different problems that can cause you to experience back pain from your kidneys.
Here are two of them and what you can do in order to overcome it.
The most common type of kidney related back pain comes from having kidney stones.
These small stone like calcium deposits pass through your kidneys, tearing the lining that is inside the kidneys along the way.
The pain that is felt from kidney stones is described as being some of the most intense pain that you could ever have in your life.
Unfortunately, once a kidney stone starts moving there is very little that can be done in order to stop it until it decides to stop on its own.
That is why prevention of kidney stones is the best way for you to overcome the problem.
You prevent them by watching your diet to a certain extent but also by drinking copious amounts of water throughout the day.
This water will help to flush your kidneys and to keep the calcium deposits from building up.
Another type of kidney disorder that can cause considerable pain is a kidney infection.
This type of infection can either be mild or severe and can cause some permanent damage to your kidneys if it is not addressed.
It is important to note that kidney infections not only cause back pain but the pain may actually radiate out into your front and could be misunderstood as abdominal pain.
Again, it is important for you to make sure that you take care of your kidneys by drinking plenty of water in order to flush them out thoroughly.
This can not only help to get rid of the kidney stones that you may be experiencing but it may also help to hold off any infections that come along.
Of course, if you're experiencing kidney problems you may want to go a little bit easier on the water but for the most part, it is good to have eight to 10 glasses of day.
So when you next experience a twinge in your back, don't just automatically assume it is your spine.
Especially if you have not undertaken any unusual activities that could have caused strain on your back.
If the pain is unexplained to you, consider if this could be triggered by your kidneys or your gallbladder, and if it continues get checked out by your doctor, letting them know of your suspicions, so that you get appropriate tests done.
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