Why Are You Aching and in Pain?
As you grow older, aches and pain can be dismissed easily and simply associated with ageing. However, there could be other underlying causes you may not be aware of.
According to Jamie Bell, a sports therapist in the UK, “Contrary to popular belief, ‘wear and tear’ doesn’t really exist; our bodies don’t start packing up just because we’re getting on a bit. The human body is a brilliant kit that does not just deteriorate over time.
In this article, 4 likely causes of musculoskeletal pain includes inactivity, poor posture, compensatory movement patterns and anxiety. We are built to move and optimise the use of our muscles and joint mechanics. If we fail to address these issues, long term effects could be detrimental to one’s health and well-being.
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