The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest single nerve in your body that goes from your lower back down to your foot. If it’s irritated, or pinched, you may suffer from sciatica, a type of severe pain that usually goes down one of your legs. Among other symptoms, you may experience a feeling of weakness, numbness, a burning sensation, or tingling in the affected leg and foot. If not treated properly, this condition can seriously affect the quality of your life by causing poor movement and balance.COOL STUFF,SCIENCE,HEALTH
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The initial position: standing on all fours on the floor with your hands directly under your shoulders and your knees directly under your hips.

What to do:

Inhale and lift your head up to look at the ceiling while pushing your belly toward the floor.
Exhale and lower your head to look at your hips while rounding your back toward the ceiling.
Repeat: 15-20 times

This exercise will help you improve your spine’s flexibility and align your hips properly by strengthening your core.

10. Hamstring stretching

What to do:

Keeping your right knee straight, extend your arms toward your right foot and bend at the waist as far as possible.
Hold for about 15-30 seconds and return to the initial position.
Repeat: 3 times for both legs

This stretch works directly with your hamstring muscles and may help you ease the pain and tightness in them caused by sciatica.>>>READ MORE

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