"What is clear is that being consistently active is associated with less pain and injury. In other words, being active might be a good thing to reduce pain, including LBP [lower back pain], as long as the rate of increase in activity is managed appropriately and other relevant factors (eg, sleep, mood, relationships) are also addressed."
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Source: British Journal of Sports Medicine - https://bjsm.bmj.com/
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