Four seasons change old people should pay attention to back and leg pain
Spring: spring is a windy season, traditional Chinese medicine thinks, "the wind is the long of all diseases, and good behavior and number of changes", meaning that the wind evil is an external pain factor, and the disease has the characteristics of wandering, the pain is not only limited to the waist and legs, but also accompanied by the whole body joint pain, limited activity symptoms.
Summer: IN SUMMER, THE CLIMATE IS HUMID, THE AIR pressure is low, and the DAMPness is heavy and sticky. After pathogenic dampness, body weight, limb weakness, joint pain and other symptoms are often seen, also known as "dampness numbness". What we usually call neuralgia or soft tissue strain is actually aseptic inflammation, swelling and stimulation of nerve endings caused by nerves, muscles, healthy sheath and ligaments. When it is rainy, some humoral factors in the body change, leading to the aggravation of inflammatory swelling and exudation, so the pain is aggravated, so the elderly are prone to backache in rainy days.
Autumn, autumn comes, cold is more and more close, do not pay attention to add clothing in time, lead to adverse limb flexion, qi block, general clauses pain, make muscle tissue meridians qi and blood coagulation closed block, lead to local nutrition and circulation problems, especially in late autumn, environment worse in patients with lumbocrural pain, often leading to acute episodes of low back pain.
Winter: The cold weather in winter can make blood vessels constrict. The change of microcirculation, so that the muscle, ligament, fascia tissue ischemia, lumbar and kidney muscles in a state of tension, muscle function because of local vascular contraction, in a state of irritation, a little careless will aggravate back pain.
Therefore, to master the changes of the four seasons, pay attention to keeping warm, avoid wind and cold and damp, usually pay attention to exercise, can not only prevent lumbar muscle strain, but also alleviate the back pain of the elderly.