Lower back strain or sprain is an internationally common condition that many people experience. In general, twisting or pulling a muscle or tendon can result in a strain. It can also be caused by a single instance of improper lifting or by overstressing the back muscles. A chronic strain usually results from overuse involving prolonged, repetitive movement of the muscles and tendons.
A sprain often results from a fall or sudden twist, or a blow to the body that forces a joint out of its normal position. All of these conditions stretch one or more ligaments beyond their normal range of movement, causing injury.
So, you may take pain killers to suppress the pain or try to fix the problem conventionally. However, according to Mr. Yu Yagami, a creator of Jiriki Seitai (self-healing exercise), lower back strain or sprain results from internal problems. He explains that once waste builds up in the intestines, the sacroiliac joint automatically shifts and causes back pain and sciatica. In order to shift the sacroiliac joint back to where it was, the body reacts to completely remove the sacroiliac joint. This action is called lower back strain or sprain. Because the body wants to reset the sacroiliac joint, you shouldn’t be moving, so the body strains the muscle groups of the legs and hip so that you feel pain as you move.
Based on this body reaction, for the best treatment for lower back strain/sprain, Mr. Yagami recommends that you should stay home to rest your body completely for 3 days. At the same time, you should do fasting. Fasting makes the body easier to flush out. So once you are able to walk after 3 days of resting, you start eating regular food. Then your body pushes out the right amount of the waste from your body. Normally, resetting the sacroiliac joint and flush out happen simultaneously and your pain will be removed.
Isn’t this a really interesting theory? I have experienced shoulder and neck pain after overeating, so I believe the body pain is related to what you put into your body. So please listen to your body first.