The hardening or clogging of our arteries affects not only our hearts. It also contributes to lower back pain (LBP). Your lower back takes a beating every day and requires a good supply of blood and nutrients to help heal all the micro damage caused by daily use.
When blood flow is limited, this hinders the repair process. Overtime these micro-lesions can lead to instability and damage that becomes noticeable as back pain.
There is hope! It is possible to stabilize the blood supply and even reverse years of damage. The restoration of a healthy supply of blood and nutrients can help lead to restoration of function. (And it is also good for the heart, brain, kidneys, and the whole body.)
If you are experiencing LBP, it is important to look closely at your vascular health. This goes beyond cholesterol. It includes other lipid and specific inflammation markers. Ask your doctor how your lower back health may improve by improving your vascular health.