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Severe Lower Back Pain— Role Of Natural Proteolytic Enzymes In Eliminating The Back Pain Permanently
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This article deals with the role of proteolytic enzymes in relieving the back pain, howsoever severe it may be. I assure you that if you understand the nature and function of proteolytic enzymes, you will really be able to eliminate your back pain permanently.

It always helps to understand the whys and hows of a prescription or an advice rather than following it blindly. This is what differentiates the enlightenment from superstition.

OK, let’s go.

But before that what are enzymes?

The cells in our body produce several complex proteins or enzymes that accelerate the biochemical reactions in our body. One such complex protein is proteolytic enzyme.

Proteolytic enzymes play two roles in our body.

First, they break down the proteins in our food into tiniest particles and facilitate the process of digestion.

Second, they travel through our intestine, enter into the blood and circulate through our body. And it is in this role that the proteolytic enzymes help in combating the back pain.

Before we go further, we also need to learn about another protein called fibrin and its role in causing inflammation.

Fibrin is an insoluble protein. It helps in clotting the blood by coagulating it. The process involves the formulation of strands that form the clots in the blood and plug its flow from the injury.

But sometimes the red blood cells are caught in the network of strands in the fibrin and retard the free circulation of blood itself. This development prevents the oxygenation and nourishment of the tissues of the muscles and also the removal of metabolic waste in our system. The whole logjam causes painful inflammation.

Coming back to proteolytic enzymes-- they combat inflammation and pain in 2 ways.

First, they break down the excessive fibrin in our blood and in connective tissues in our muscles.

Second, they remove the metabolic waste as well as the excessive fibrin that cause stiffness, inflammation and pain in the tissues of our muscles.

It should also be noted that the production of proteolytic enzymes declines as we grow old. This explains why old people are more prone to back pain than the younger lot.

Fortunately, for the sufferers of back pain, proteolytic enzymes are abundantly available in several fruits, vegetable or herbs including papaya, turmeric, pine apple and devil’s claw etc.

You can take eat these natural products in raw form or their extracts through proteolytic enzymes supplements to recoup their deficiency in your body.

Proteolytic enzymes are known to cure all kinds of back pain conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, herniated disc, sciatica, strains and sprains and of course painful inflammation.


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