The True Cause of Pain: How The Spine Is Connected To Internal Organs



Most random body parts are often in pain because of spine problems. You are starting to treat some other diseases, without knowing the true issue, and of course the treatment is without any result.

This is the reason why you must be careful, and pay attention to your spine.

If you back is in pain, you may notice some anomalies and tell which part of the spine is affected, in that way you will find what organ is affected.

Here is an infographic that will certainly help you to learn how certain organs are connected to the spine:

Problems with the spine cause 70% of the problems with headache.

Intervertebral disc dysfunction can lead to tinnitus, difficulty when swallowing and vision problems.

Check your spine in the neck area if you feel tingling or pain in your hands.

If you feel pain in the area of the heart, stomach and intestines you probably have problems with the chest part of the spine.

If you feel some pain in the hips, thighs, or reducing sensitivity in the legs, as well as walking, you certainly have problems with the lumbar spine.

If you want to get rid of problems with other organs, the thing that will help you is treatment and strengthening of spine.