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The records of Rheumatic Illnesses said that the nicotine from cigarettes could affect the fashion in which the brain processes sensory stimuli and the central perception of pain.
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  • 1. Smoking Makes Back Pain Worse<br />Sportsmen blame their rigorous trainings while blue collar workers would think that their job is the reason behind their hurting back. Office staff would say that their uncomfortable sitting position for long hours each day is the main reason.<br />Did you know that Far Infrared Rays heat therapy is the most effective way to relieve pain?<br />These things are definitely factors but it’s also notable that these people might have unhealthy habits in common such as smoking that contributes to back pain. In 1991, a study was conducted and it was concluded that smoking increases the chance of back stiffness by thirty percent (30%). After interviewing 13,000 people about their ways of life, it was set up that smoking and back pain is related. Over forty studies have been performed about this subject and though the precise reason can’t be indicated, the results are the same: smoking and back pain are linked.<br />The records of Rheumatic Illnesses said that the nicotine from cigarettes “could affect the fashion in which the brain processes sensory stimuli and the central perception of pain”. Thus, smoking affects the way in which the brain sends discomfort signals to the remainder of the body. <br />By slowing down blood flow to the muscles and joints, smoking damages the tissues in the back. Health professionals advise their patients to quit smoking, though it may not give instant pain relief, it will surely lessen the pain in time. Taking calcium and vitamin D are useful paths to forestall back wounds as it strengthens the bones.<br />Relieve you back pain with FIRHeat’s Back Heat Therapy Wraps. FIRHeat also have Knee Heat Therapy Wrap for Knee pain<br />To ease back pain, it is sensible to use heat therapy as it’s been proved to provide relaxing heat and comfort. This is improved by utilizing Far Infrared Ray (FIR) heat therapy because unlike normal heat pads, FIR penetrates into the muscles and bones to provide utmost relief from back pain. For an effective and painless way of living, stop smoking and use Far Infrared Ray therapy wraps.<br />FIRHeat’s Back Therapy Wrap<br />