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Try to avoid unnecessary stress and strain on your back by taking a few easy precautions. For example, in a bus, plane, or train, sit with your buttocks against the back of the firm seat. Hold your back straight, not stooped over. There is actually less pressure on the spine if you sit upright in this position rather than slumped. Less pressure on the back will translate to less back pain and stiffness and less fatigue.
Protect your back from extra stress and increased pain. Take lightweight luggage, pack light, and use proper lifting techniques when you move or start to carry your luggage. Hold the handle close to your body and bend your knees when you reach down for the luggage, keeping your back straight.
When you plan visits to museums or other sightseeing spots, try to avoid carrying heavy camera or video equipment, and limit your shopping to small, portable items. Your back will be less tired when the day is finished.
If walking is too tiring or painful, don’t hesitate to rent a wheelchair or cart. You’ll see all the sights and keep up with everyone else, but you’ll be more rested and have less pain at the end of the day. The quality of your evening and your night’s sleep will be better.
Try to think of other ways you can adjust or accommodate your travel plans. The idea is to (1) avoid stress and strain on your back and (2) conserve your energy to prevent fatigue. These steps can keep you active while traveling with back pain.

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