Muscle Strain: Repeatedly lifting heavy objects or doing awkward movements can stress out your back muscles. When you put your back under such conditions, it’s likely for you to “pull a muscle”, which is often a short-term but very painful experience.
Osteoporosis: For people of old age, osteoporosis is one of the common causes of back pain. It happens when the bones become brittle, making them susceptible to injuries and stress.
Spinal Defects: Irregular curves in the spine can lead to back pain when left untreated. This often requires surgical intervention to correct the posture. Failure to correct spinal conditions may worsen over time and affect the lungs and the heart.