Scott Foster wrote:I don't have any specific advice for your specific issues. Our bodies are all so different and react in unusual ways to different toxins and stressors.
For your back, I highly recommend yoga, deep stretching, and calisthenics. On the calisthenics side you need to make sure you are working the core front and back. Most of the time what hurts isn't the problem, it is the body compensating for the injured body part. My lower back kills me but it's actually my hip flexors that caused it. It takes a while to get everything stretched out. Now, I can usually feel that my back is wanting to go out so I drop and start stretching. I would have poo-pooed yoga but it helped me get my back under control. Yoga by Adrianne on Youtube has some good 30-day courses that are free. I was shocked at how much-controlled breathing makes you more aware of what is going on with your body, reduces stress and keeps you centered. It really works.