A severe pain in some parts of the sciatic nerve will occur if something puts pressure on a lumbar nerve root. A kind of herniated disk, degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis, or other kind vertebrae abnormality can put pressure on this nerve.
Sciatica occurs in the lower back through the buttock and all the way down the sciatic nerve which can be found in the back of one leg. The sciatica is characterized by the leg pain, weakness numbness, and tingling sensation.
This severe pain of this can continuously happen and this will force to difficult movements. Most of the times, this pain can be severe during the night, sitting or standing for a couple of hours, coughing, sneezing or stress.
Normally, the conventional treatment for this pain is some painkillers given by your doctor. The sciatica pain will disappear if you start doing some exercises for muscles stretching along with the standard treatment.
Here Are 2 Simple Exercises that Can Help You Get Rid of Your Sciatica:
Here we will demonstrate you simple stretches which will help you to reduce the inflammation and relieve the pain.
Once you start this exercise, you’ll feel it a little bit difficult as you have to practice it slowly and increase the stretches while breathing out.
To start this, you should lie down on the floor and bend the aching leg. Then you have to pull the leg slightly towards the shoulder. When you feel the stretch, just stay in the position for about half a minute.
After that straighten your legs and take a short break. But you should repeat the same exercise two times.
The next exercise needs supine positions. For this, you need to lie down on the floor and bend the knees. Then pull them towards the chest very slowly. But don’t raise the buttocks from the floor.
Finally, cross the legs and pull the healthy leg by your hand. And also, stay in the same position for a while and release your legs and come back to the starting position. Make sure to do this two times.
You can improve the blood circulation and remove the muscle stagnation by practicing these stretching exercises. By doing this you can alleviate your pain and speed up your recovery.