Relief from Sciatica

Sciatica a common condition afflicting many people is marked by pain or numbness and tingling sometimes weakness beginning in the lower back running down the buttocks and the back of the leg. Most often the symptoms get better after a few weeks or months. Sometimes people feel the symptoms so strongly it can keep them from performing their daily activities.

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Those suffering from sciatica can experience a wide range of symptoms. There are many muscles surrounding the sciatic nerve as it runs from the spine to the legs. This fact can cause a wide variety of symptoms. Pain may be located in one side of the buttock or one leg or the other this may be worse when you are sitting. The sciatic nerve passes from the tailbone and splits to run down both legs. This can make sciatica pain mirror on both sides of the body or stay to one side or the other. Many people report a feeling of numbness or tingling sometimes with difficulty moving a leg or foot. Symptoms range from severe constant pain to sharp pain making it difficult to stand or walk.

Sciatica is not actually a medical diagnosis but the name taken from the nerve causing the pain. It is generally a symptom of an underlying problem in the lower back. This problem could be something as simple as inflamed muscles or as serious as a herniated disk that is irritating the nerve. It is important to diagnose the underlying problem in order to treat the pain. Without treating the underlying problem the chance of curing sciatica pain is small.

Most often the symptoms may be helped by exercising to strengthen the muscles involved in the lower back and legs. An easy way to do this is to begin walking start gradually and progress from there. A good goal is to try to work your way up to walking up to three miles at a brisk pace each day. Walking is a good exercise in general and is great for your lower back. Walking is a low impact exercise that will strengthen your muscles while providing more flexibility and the goal is to ultimately relieve the pain. Aerobic exercises can also help to strengthen muscles and relieve symptoms of sciatica pain. Both of these exercises strengthen the muscles associated with sciatica pain and are great for your general physical fitness.

Most importantly when seeking pain relief you should first seek medical advice from a professional. A health care professional can diagnose the cause of the pain and rule out any of the more serious problems. Treatments differ based on the underlying condition that is causing the sciatica pain. This is the primary reason you should always seek advice from your doctor or other health care professional before beginning any action. In no circumstances should you try to self-treat your sciatica pain without first consulting a health professional.