Solve Your Slipped Disc Problem with Swimming (part 2)

Although swimming offers many benefits, to bring the best results should note the following.

Rest before swimming
Resting or in other words not being too active before swimming will help to swim more effectively for the sick person. If the pain occurs a lot, you should rest until you are less able to swim again to avoid other injuries while swimming.

Avoid strong force
People with an escapement disc when swimming should pay attention, need to perform gentle movements, avoid strong movements. Because if you exercise vigorously, it will make the pain worse and the illness will get worse.

In order to minimize the vigorous movement when swimming, the patient should have the assistance of gas assist devices. In addition, you should also consult with your doctor and coach to get the best movements.

Take a deep breath while swimming
Take deep breaths and the most important swimming technique of all. When inhaled deeply, the diaphragm closes and transfers blood to the joints and disc faster and more rapidly. When exhaled, the diaphragm returns to its original position, the blood of waste products is filtered out by the heart. That helps blood flow to the disc joints, reducing soreness.

Other notes
Here are some other little notes that swimmer disc herniation also needs to consider.

Swimming time: The ideal time to swim is 30-45 minutes a day. That time is just enough for the joints to change state of movement and relax, do not experience the phenomenon of swimming too much causing more pain.

Frequency: In order to maintain the movement of the disc, you should maintain swimming every day to avoid disc irregularities.

Swimming time: Lunch time or full time is the worst time to swim and you should not go swimming at these times. Instead, a fresh morning or a cool afternoon is the best choice for relaxing at the pool.

Swimming Techniques: Do not forget to warm up thoroughly before swimming to avoid muscle cramps, muscle contractions while swimming.

Currently, swimming disc herniation by swimming is very popular, especially middle age, helping to relax and regulate well bones, joints and discs. Be a smart healer by applying gentle and adequate amounts of exercise to help you feel comfortable and pain free.