Aging is inevitable. What you can try to avoid for as long as possible are the health problems related to age progression. Lower back pain is known to be one of the most common types of pain.
Approximately 40% of people will suffer from sciatic nerve pain at some point in their lives (usually during their forties and fifties, and men are more likely to experience this injury). But what is the sciatic nerve exactly?
It is the largest nerve in the human body, extending from the lower back to the foot, providing sensation to the skin of the foot and lower leg by connecting it to the nervous system.
Sciatica is a health problem often comes by a pain that extends from the lower back all the way down to the leg. Symptoms of sciatic nerve pain include hip pain, burning sensation down your leg, difficulty moving your leg/foot due to weakness or numbness, lower back pain, and pain on one side of the body.
Such pain can be so severe that it makes it harder to perform some of your everyday tasks or even limit your movement.
Before we uncover some of the methods used in sciatic nerve treatment, let’s see what are its most common causes.