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The Causes of Lower Back Pain

Can lower back pain cause constipation? In this guide, we will tell you all the symptoms and pains that lower back pain can create.

A person suffering from constipation will generally experience back pain along with the pain. This is because the pain comes from the compression of the nerves.

So let us look at what lower back pain is all about. Back pain means the pain comes from an abnormal positioning of a spine. There are thirty-two pieces that comprise a spine and these pieces are not visible to the eye. They are situated in the skull and in the middle of the back.

In most cases, back pain will be felt between the 2nd lumbar vertebrae. That is the area between L4 and L5. The most common pain areas are the neck and the upper back.

There are two main causes of back pain that are often mistaken for constipation. One is the following. We have a kidney that gets misplaced. This is a medical term. So the term misplacement is common in referring to a kidney that gets misplaced. The other cause of back pain is an injury to the back. This injury to the back is commonly referred to as a herniated disc.

So let us first see what a herniated disc is. A herniated disc is a disorder in the spine wherein a disc gets pushed out from its normal location in the vertebrae. So let us now see what pain is all about. Pain occurs when the tissue gets inflamed. The tissues are the nerves and tissues.

So pain is a psychological phenomenon. The nerves are the organs of the body. In the case of pain, the nerves send a signal to the brain, which is then acted upon by the brain. Now, the brain will decide what to do to deal with that pain.

So what action will the brain take? Let us now see what a brain will do. The brain will decide on the brain to do is referred to as the executive function. It will decide on the movement of the hand, the movement of the limbs or the respiration. In the case of pain, the executive function will decide to send to the hand, the limbs or the respiration to perform its normal duty. As the brain will decide on what the brain to do, it refers to the pain.

So, to understand back pain, we have to know what causes pain and what the brain will do. We are now going to take a closer look at the brain and the pain.

So when a person is feeling pain, he or she is feeling distressed. Discomfort will occur when the brain is not able to perform its duty.

When a person is feeling pain, the brain is not able to handle the pain or the pain is too painful. This is a psychological phenomenon. This is not true physical pain.

Next, we have to look at what is causing the pain. It is mainly caused by a number of factors. A specific type of pain is also caused by certain conditions. The pain is not caused by a particular condition but is instead caused by a particular condition. For instance, in the case of pain felt on the leg, it usually occurs at that particular part. In other words, the pain is felt more often in certain parts of the body, such as at the hip, knee or ankle.

But, back pain usually is felt in the lower portion of the back. In cases of pain felt in the lower back, it is normally felt more often than in the upper back part.

Finally, we have to remember that the pain, which originates from the brain, is not able to be felt by the touch of a finger. The sensation is usually felt at a distance. The brain is usually called to do the work and it will make the sensation come true. The sensory function of the brain takes place when the brain is trying to make the sensation come true when the brain is trying to move the body to feel it.

What are the factors of back pain?

As we said, most of the time the pain is felt at particular spots of the back. However, not all of the spots are the same. The pain does not occur everywhere. The causes of the pain can vary as well.

One of the factors involved in back pain is known as neuropathic pain. This is pain caused by an injury to or the dysfunctions of certain nerve fibres, such as pain caused by trauma to the area of the spine. As such, if the nerve fibres are affected or damaged, the pain can radiate to other parts of the body.

Another factor that is involved is known as inflammatory pain. It can occur when the muscles are tense and the pinched nerves around the muscles are irritated. This inflammation may cause localised pain. As well, inflammation can extend to other areas of the body.