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How to Support Someone With a Herniated Disk

Your spine is quite literally the backbone of your body. Each bone or vertebra in the spine is supported by a disk. These disks become damaged when they tear or bulge; this is known as a herniated disk. A herniated disk may be a result of years of wear and tear or caused by a blunt spine injury. In either case herniated disks are often very painful and make it hard to function; they may also be associated with numbness. People suffering from herniated disks often need the help and support of others. There are many things to be cautious of and many ways to support someone with a herniated disk.

Steps

  1. Take them to the doctor.Back pain occurs in many ways and is caused by numerous ailments. In order to heal correctly a professional must first correctly diagnose patients.
  2. Keep them still.If the herniated disk is causing the person pain, they should remain lying down and resting. You will need to cater to them as needed. Be available to wait on them and keep them company.
  3. Help them avoid stress.Stress can intensify the pain. Breathing and relaxation therapies may help.
  4. Ensure they do not lift anything.
  5. Give them medicine as needed.The doctor may prescribe prescription medication or over the counter medication may suffice. The medication will be a painkiller or muscle relaxer.
  6. Give them a heating or cooling pad.Applying heat or ice to the area experiencing pain can help to alleviate the symptoms.
  7. Give them foods that are high in fiber.Patients with herniated disks should avoid constipation as any straining could aggravate the already strained disk.
  8. Support them when walking.If the patient must stand, carefully place your arm around their back under their armpits helping them to stand and walk. Avoid the areas experiencing pain.
  9. Sit them in a supportive straight-backed chair.Big cushioning chairs will curve the spine causing more strain and pain on the herniated disk.
  10. Move them when ready.When the pain begins to wear away or if they have been suffering only light pain, keep them moving. Lying down will only stiffen and tighten the muscles.

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    I have a slipped disc again, pain in my right leg, and both my feet have had a spinal steroid injection and one in my hip. I'm in so much pain again my legs feel heavy and hurt with pain. What do I do?
    Grandlady
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    Go to the Emergency Room immediately and have the doctors there take a look at it. This sounds like it could be serious.
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