Tried too many medicines and adapted too many ways to get rid of the back pain? But all of no use and still the same problem persists? If yes, then try out the below five poses that are sure to help you get some relief.

Plow pose:
Known as halasana, this pose makes your body flexible by stretching all the muscles and ligaments. Lie on the floor, lift your legs and then place them behind the head. This pose also helps you get rid of digestive issues and relives stress and fatigue.

Child’s pose:
Helping you stretch your entire back and hip area, the child’s pose is an amazing way to relax and get rid of the back pain. This pose also helps in promoting happy digestive health.  Kneel down on the floor with your arms stretched overhead. Lean forward and try to touch your forehead and palms to the floor. Be in this position for 10-15 seconds.

Spinal twist:
If the back problem is not letting you sleep well, then this is the best yoga pose you should practice. Helping you ease neck and back tension, this pose also helps in relieving the gas and bloating issues. Start rolling your knees towards the right side of your body with your left shoulder pulling down towards the ground. Then turn your head to the left side and press down your knees with your right hand to deepen the stretch. Be in this position for 2-3 minutes.

Downward dog:
This pose helps in stretching shoulders, legs, spine and the whole body. Not only this, it also helps in relieving fatigue and rejuvenating the body.  Raise your body in an upside V-position. Put your hands on the floor, fingers spread wide, knees under the hips and typically about seven inches (17 cm) apart, with the spine straightened and relaxed.

Triangle pose:
Meaning trikonasana, this pose helps in improving flexibility of the spine and relives backache, acidity and gastritis. Stand with your feet about three feet apart and parallel to each other. Rotate your right foot so the right heel is in line with the arch of the left foot. With your arms extended to the side, tilt at the hip to reach your right hand toward the ground, on either side of your foot. Rotate your body to the side and reach the fingers of your left hand toward the sky.Hold for five to seven breaths before switching sides.

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