Yuki is a life long student of well-being. Living in three completely different areas of the world- South America, Asia, and United States-and being a Dancer, Pilates Trainer, and Neuromuscular Therapist, his intention is to see the link between science and art of human being. Unfortunately, many of current health practitioners in the industry ignore the existence of human art. He believes that these two should not be separated at anytime and we can find many answers in between these two fields. He is especially interested in Holistic Medicine, Psychoneuroimmunology, and Consciousness studies, and he believes that these will be the base of the future health care system.
What does it mean if my back pain makes me feel sick? This is a question that many people ask themselves, as many people experience this type of pain. There are many different causes of this type of pain and it is important to identify the issues in order to address the issue.
Pain in the back region can be very severe and, as is the case with any severe pain, this can result in nausea. If your pain is causing nausea and sickness you need to get the cause identified sooner rather than later so that the underlying problem can be sorted out.
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