In our body, the individual nerve roots that branch out from the spine of the lower back build the ischiatic nerve. This nerve goes from the lower back to the back of the legs and there is no longer nerve than this one in our body.
What Sciatica Is
Sciatica is a symptom of a background disease and is related to several symptoms mentioned below:
- Pain that goes from the lower back to the back of one of the legs.
- The pain increases in sitting position.
- A burning feeling or tingling felt in the leg
- Weakness or loss of sensation in the leg.
- A person feels discomfort when stands up or walks.
What Causes the Symptoms
There are many conditions that can cause sciatica, including a piriformis syndrome, isthmic spondylolisthesis, lumbar ruptured disc, muscle strain, dysfunction in the sacroiliac joint, and others.
How to Treat Sciatic
Those who suffer from this symptom are recommended to have much rest in bed. They can also take some pain relievers and get massages. To ease the pain in the lower back, do some stretches. There are times when the only way to relieve the constant pain caused by nerve compression is to undergo a surgery.
Watch the video and find simple yoga stretching exercises that can help you relieve the pain: