Chronic back pain is often a symptom of an underlying disease rather than an illness on its own. It can be caused by herniated disc, arthritis of the spine (ankylosing spondylitis), and myofascial pain syndrome, to name just a few. Very often though, back pain is caused by nonmedical factors, such as poor posture, being overweight, and lack of exercise.
If your back pain is not caused by a disease condition, you just need to make some lifestyle improvements to relieve the pain. Start eating right, try to lose weight, avoid sitting for long hours, be mindful of your posture, and start moving.
You also might want to supplement all these with therapy. Even those who exercise regularly will feel their muscles tighten up, which results to pain. Getting regular massages combined with fascial stretch therapy will loosen up both the muscles and the fascia, eventually leading to deep relaxation that will relieve you of that pesky back pain. Go to https://www.myotensegrity.com/fascial-stretch-therapy-fst to book your first FST appointment.