stock-woman-happy-sunset-success-joy-8m1qInflammation is a common source of pain, so eating healthy foods that help reduce inflammation can greatly reduce your pain. Avoid refined sugars, white flour, empty carbs and processed foods that can trigger inflammation. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet will also help reduce inflammation. Try to keep your stress levels reduced. Raised stress levels cause your muscles to tense, which reduces blood flow that carries oxygen and other nutrients and causes pain.

Get enough sleep. Not only do many important physiological processes depend on sleep, it is also the time your body uses to heal. Shorting your sleep prevents or slows healing. Take time for several regular physical activities like walking, jogging or working out. Consider trying acupuncture to reduce back pain.