This kind of pain is caused by a number of different factors depending on the person affected.
Common causes are poor posture, aging, osteoporosis, and being overweight.
A person's lifestyle can greatly lead to whether or not they will have pain.
Not getting enough exercise and/or having poor posture while working is a key cause for lower right back pain.
Muscles in your back become damaged when pressure is put onto the vertebrae from posture.
Aging and osteoporosis tend to go hand in hand as the other main reason for lower right back pain.
Osteoporosis is bone decay-once bones have become weak they are more susceptible to fracture and it is no longer easy for a person to lift and bend on a daily basis.
There are different kinds of treatment for back pains depending on the cause of the pain and the severity of the pain.
Exercise is an excellent way, in most cases, to help to ease the pain and keep it away.
Other cases may require treatment from a doctor for a more long term remedy.
Swimming, walking, and jogging are highly recommended for exercises and when done daily it works to naturally cut down on future back problems.
Younger people are better off starting a regular exercise routine early so they can prevent back problems in the future.
Other solutions for back pain are massage, acupuncture, chiropractic and physical therapy.