• Traveling Soon- Healthy Tips To prevent Muscle Cramping - Soreness - Pain

    by Dr. Shave
    on Jun 3rd, 2017

American Chiropractic Association offers tips for healthier travels

May 25, 2017

You've been in the car or the plane for hours, your back is aching and your legs are stiff and sore; you can't wait to stand up and get moving again. We've all been there. This summer, plan for a pain-free travel experience by making small changes that can make a big difference in how you feel once your reach your destination, advises the American Chiropractic Association (ACA).

"Prolonged sitting causes a buildup of pressure in the blood vessels in your lower legs, which causes soreness" explains Scott Bautch, DC, president of the ACA Council on Occupational Health. "Simple moves, such as stretching or contracting and relaxing your muscles, can increase blood flow."

"Treat travel like an athletic event," he suggests. "Warm up before getting into a car or on the plane, and cool down once you reach your destination. For example, taking a short, brisk walk to stretch your hamstring and calf muscles before and after a long trip can help prevent problems."

Consider these additional tips for healthier travels:

Travel by Car

Travel by Airplane

Source:

https://www.acatoday.org/

Author Dr. Shave Chiropractor to the many amazing patients I help each and every day. Thank you for letting me help you.

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