Press These 2 Points near Your Hips to Eliminate Lower Back Pain, Hip Pain, Leg Pain, Sciatica, and more


The pain in the lower back is often a result of a strained back muscle, lifting a heavy object, twisting the wrong way, or genetics. The pain might vary from mild to intense, and it may also be accompanied by a tingling or burning sensation in one or both legs.

Some of the most common causes of lower back pain are strained back muscle, twisting the wrong way, lifting a heavy object, or simply genetics. The severity of the pain can vary from mild to intense. You can feel tingling or burning sensation in one or both legs. The pain might be temporarily soothed by conventional painkillers, but the alternative medicine offers effective ways to treat the pain for good.

According to WebMD, an effective, natural way to promote wellness and relaxation, and treat diseases is the ancient Chinese medical practice known as acupuncture. It helps restore health and balance to the body by simply applying pressure, or massaging specific pressure points on the body. Our body has hundreds of acupuncture points, and while many of them provide the same benefits, pressing each point gives something unique as well.

Acupuncture Points for Lower Back Pain Relief
There are 2 acupuncture points that can help you relieve your lower back pain.

They are B48 and GB30.


Massaging the first acupuncture point can reduce sciatica, hip pain, and pain in the sacral area. However, make sure you massage very carefully as B48 can be very sensitive and inflamed in those who already suffer from back pain. Massaging the latter acupuncture point, GB30, should reduce pain in the lower back, hip, buttocks, sciatica, hip joint, and muscle spasms.
What Else Can These Points Help With?
Massaging B48 is also helpful in treating diarrhea and diabetes. GB30 on the other hand can help with leg pain and hemiplegia.

The lower back pain might also be relieved in the following ways:

Avoid high heels to treat lower back pain and improve the body posture.

Avoid sitting for a long time to prevent muscle spasms and tightening of the muscles.

Apply an ice pack to the affected area.

Exercise regularly to strengthen the muscles around the painful area.

Maintain normal body weight.


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