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That shooting pain or weakness that radiates from the lower back, through the hip and rear, and down one leg. An estimated 1‑in‑20 people will develop sciatica at some point… And it comes from the fact that we have a major nerve running from our spine to both feet, called the sciatic nerve… And if something presses AGAINST that nerve – like a herniated disc in our back – we’re going to feel pain.
The good news is that more than 80% of people who develop the condition say their pain goes away when they focus on their posture. Because when we slouch, we put pressure on the disks and nerves in our back, which increases the risk for problems. So, stand up straightthe straighter the better!
Also, guys, you can avoid sciatica by ditching the overstuffed wallet in your back pocket. Because sitting unevenly twists your spine in a way that can pinch off the sciatic nerve
But if you’ve tried improving your posture and you’re still feeling pain, talk to your doctor… because you may have a more serious issue that needs to be addressed.