Skip to product information
Giant Microbes Original Back Pain - Planet Microbe
Giant Microbes Original Back Pain - Planet Microbe
Giant Microbes Original Back Pain Back Ache - Planet Microbe

Giant Microbes Original Back Pain Back Ache



Now if there is one Giant Microbe that you could probably give to anyone it would be this one. May we present the very popular Giant Microbes Original Back Pain. I for one have had this little pesky fellow for  most of my life.

About 80% of people have back pain, the other 20% probably have no computer. This agony is no joke and a top reason for doctor visits. Back pain has reached epidemic proportions. Fortunately you need not bend over backwards to own this wonderful cuddly reminder to take care of your entire body.

You are not alone if you suffer from back pain. Among the top reasons for doctor visits, back pain has reached epidemic proportions and it can be agonizing. As many as 80% of the population will confront at least one episode.

The physical pain people suffer involves the complex system of nerves, muscles, tendons, cartilage, joints and bones. The causes of back pain range from infection and fracture to arthritis and other chronic conditions. Overwork, poor posture and mistreatment are also major culprits. The result is often a bulging spinal disc. The vertebrae of the spinal column have hollow cores to protect the nerves inside. Vertebrae are separated by flexible discs filled with a soft, jelly-like substance that provides cushioning and balance to the spine. When the harder “skin” of the disc is torn in an accident or by abrasion, the inner disc “jelly” pushes the skin of the disc outward. In a ruptured or herniated disc, this jelly leaks out. In such extreme cases the discs are no longer cushioned and the jelly itself can cause inflammation and pain to the surrounding nerves.

Medical experts now view chronic pain as a disease in its own right. Over time it changes brain patterns associated with physical sensations as well as sleep, thought and emotion. Annual spending on treatments now tops $100 billion in the USA. The prevalence of back and other chronic pain has produced a secondary public health crisis, widespread opioid addiction. Hopefully next-generation painkillers and therapies, such as stress reduction and biofeedback, will bring better relief.