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Fear and oxygen deprivation

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by dudevaldude, Apr 29, 2019.

  1. dudevaldude

    dudevaldude New Member

    Hey all,

    These forums have been incredibly helpful; I am having some acute back pain and have been put on a medrol pack which has calmed things down. I have been journaling and I re read heading back pain. I am still scared of an acute back episode occurring again. I was reading the physiology chapter and the discussion of muscle tension and back pain struck me. I have exercised a lot my whole life and my pain does feel like a muscle that is full of lactic acid. I guess my structural fear still exists because a pt told me a few years ago that my lower back postural muscles are working overtime to stabilize my spine and that’s why they feel oxygen deprived.


    How do I get over this conceptual idea about my muscles ?

    Ty in advance
     
  2. Free of Fear

    Free of Fear Well known member

    Spine stabilization is a bogus idea. Go look up Peter O'Sullivan on YouTube on it:
     

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