Adele health: 'I’ve been in pain… for half of my life' – star details chronic back pain


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Some individuals may find pain gets worse when moving, sneezing or coughing. Similarly to a slipped disc, the NHS recommends that individuals exercise regularly and continue with their normal activities as much as possible in order to help heal sciatica.

Getting into exercise is something Adele threw herself into, especially after the divorce of her husband which saw the singer lose 100lb.

Debuting her newly svelte figure on the cover of Vogue magazine last year, Adele went on to say that getting into the gym for her was never about losing weight, instead she wanted to make her body “physically strong”.

She explained: “It was never about losing weight. I thought, if I can make my body physically strong, and I can feel that and see that, then maybe one day I can make my emotions and my mind physically strong.”


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