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Driving causes lumbalgia, sciatica and herniated discs. How to solve it?

Do you have back pain when you are driving? This common discomfort is a sign that something is not right in your spine, since it can cause severe problems of loss of mobility by nerves involved behind the spine that in turn affect functions in important organs, which can only be corrected with invasive methods such as surgery.

The sedentary lifestyle is one of the main causes for low back pain, sciatica, herniated discs, among other problems of the spine, so that an incorrect driving position triggers these conditions.

Added to this the constant vibrations that directly affect the column, the stress due to the risks that run while driving or traffic, make it an activity in which a lot of tension accumulates for the deep muscles of the back that can not relax for themselves during the night.

What to do if the back pain does not improve or you already have sciatica, back pain or herniated disc?

In order to eliminate this discomfort, the root of the problem must be attend, located in the deep muscles on the sides of the spine that have imprisoned the intervertebral cartilages and nerves that pass in this area where masseurs and chiropractors can not reach with their fingers.

Among the non-invasive, effective and simple methods for home application, doctors and specialists recommend the use of Cordus, which manages to relax this area of ​​difficult access.

By eliminating the tension, Cordus releases the cartilage discs between the vertebrae that regenerate reducing herniated discs and stops oppressing the nerves that produce lumbar or sciatic pain.

It is also advisable to consume supplements to regenerate the cartilage and to do exercises and stretches to maintain good muscular tone of the back.