Hyperlordosis - lordosis

Lordosis indicates, on the one hand, the natural curvature of the spine, on the other hand, an abnormal deviation from that curvature. Sometimes the term hyperlordosis is also used to denote this pathological bend.

The cause of this anomaly is usually shortened, stiff, worn out muscles of the back and weakened muscles of the abdomen or other areas. This causes unpleasant, painful conditions, which may be relieved by HillViltal's natural products.


Master Cream - back pain 250 ml

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For back pain and musculoskeletal problems. Unique herbal extracts along with 12 potent herbs that can contribute to relieving pain, swelling, inflammation and promoting spinal mobility.

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Kapsamax Cream - stiff muscles and joints 250 ml

£27.14 Old price £30.15

Stiff muscles and joints? Our balsam helps improve blood circulation and its warming properties provide muscles with desired relief. Balsam helps eliminate pain and soothe stiff joints and muscles.

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Tea Go - joints, rheumatism, arthritis 150g


For regeneration of joints, cartilage, and tissues. Herbal composition helps heal aching joints, rheumatism, arthrosis, and helps treat musculoskeletal diseases and support post-injury regeneration.

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Vitago - Vitamin pack for healthy body 30 sachets

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Vitamin pack for problems with joints, back, musculoskeletal system, rheumatism, arthrosis, osteoporosis, gout and others. An intense monthly treatment with the finest vitamins, minerals and extracts.

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Komplet Go bundle

£78.55 Old price £83.50

For achy joints. Value pack offers pain-free, non-invasive and safe skin care for joints, bones and the musculoskeletal system. Introducing a simple solution with powerful effect. Take a step forward with Komplet GO.

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Stop joint and back pain bundle

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Value pack for joints and back is ideal for those that encounter pain when conducting ordinary activities. Is conventional treatment not helping you? Unique value pack STOP pain contains best-selling Master Balsam and herbal tea blend Tea GO.

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Ointments for back pain

The number one thing necessary when attempting to get rid of hyperlordosis is changing movement habits. Lack of movement can be replaced with regular exercise, if your occupation is sedentary, take frequent breaks to get muscles moving, if you are overweight, start working towards weight reduction. Allow these changes some time to bring about results.

In the meantime, it’s necessary to urgently solve the painful stages and find ways to bring relief to stiff back muscles.

Here we introduce two products whose effects could be precisely what you are looking for to relieve achy and stiff muscles. The recipe for each product was created with the intent to counter and eliminate physical discomfort and pain. Read a few necessary information about them and decide which one is right for you.

Master balsam

An ointment for back pain Master balsam can become a source of first aid for you. It’s only a matter of your lack of experience with the product that keeps you from making it a staple in your home. Unique herbal formula brings both - the healing herbs and the special mix of the herbs that provide:

  • Relief from stiff muscles
  • Relief from muscle back pain
  • 12 healing herbs
  • Chemical-free formula
  • Purely natural product
  • Better back mobility

Kapsamax balsam

An ointment for neuropathic problems and back pain - Kapsamax balsam. Balsam contains an extract from chili peppers- capsaicin. Small amount of this component intensifies the balsam’s effects.

The main benefits of Kapsamax that could be a deciding factor for many:

  • Contains capsaicin
  • Rich presence of herbal extracts
  • Brings relief from paresthesia
  • Relieves trepidation, tingling, pinching pain
  • Increases blood flow in the affected areas

Back - important facts

The terms lordosis and kyphosis are used to denote the natural curvature of the human spine. In fact, there are two types of kyphosis and two lordosis. The human spine has an S-shape and thus four natural curves. They start from head to pelvis in this order:

cervical lordosis - thoracic kyphosis - lumbar lordosis - lumbar kyphosis.

The S-shape of the spine has a couple of essential functions in the human body. It has a supportive and facilitating role and can absorb shocks. The human spine doesn’t have the s-shape right after birth but develops it over time. Cervical lordosis in a child can develop as soon as the child starts to lift his or her head from a lying position. Lumbar lordosis develops at a time when the child learns to stand and walk.

Hyperlordosis causes

Excessive curvature of the spine - hyperlordosis - can either have cervical or lumbar character with lumbar being more common.

The leading cause of hyperlordosis is an imbalance in the strength of the abdominal, back, butt and thigh muscles and the pressure developed on these muscles. While the pressure on the selected back muscles results in their shortening, the abdominal muscles become weak and stretched on the opposite side of the torso.

This imbalance causes deformation of the shape of the spine over time and leads to deviations from the proper posture. Non-correction of this imbalance leads to intense pains, in later stages even to disruption of the structure of the vertebrae or to a herniated disc. In general, three groups of causes of hyperlordosis can be distinguished:

  • congenital,
  • developed
  • postural

Congenital causes usually originate at the time of intrauterine development.

Hyperlordosis can be blamed on the modern way of life. Lack of exercise, poor body posture, sitting for a long time, sedentary occupation, weakened muscles can all be the cause.

Wrong body posture can lead to excessive pressure put on some back muscles which leads to their shortening. This leads to insufficient blood flow in this area ultimately leading to a deformation or abnormal curvature of the spine.

In short, hyperlordosis causes can be summarized in a few points:

  • Vitamin D insufficiency,
  • Overweight and obesity,
  • pregnancy,
  • Poor body posture,
  • Excessive pressure,
  • Sedentary occupation,
  • Flat feet,
  • Muscle imbalance.

Hyperlordosis causes

Changes in the shape of the spine bring discomfort. Main symptoms include pain in different areas based on the type of hyperlordosis. Cervical hyperlordosis causes pain in the neck muscles that has a tendency to shoot down in the shoulder blades and cause shoulder and head pain.

In case of lumbar hyperlordosis, pain appears in the lumbar part of the spine and spreads onto other areas as well.

Abnormal bending of the spine in the groin area can also cause weakening of the pelvic muscles, which may be associated with problems with the genital organs.

For both types of hyperlordosis stands true the fact that they largely limit a person’s mobility. The most flexible part is the cervical area. Ordinary movements can become extremely painful.

Unresolved, long-term abnormal curvature of the spine can lead to severe changes in vertebral structure, causing a herniated disc. These critical changes in the spine can lead to compression of the spinal cord or nerve roots, that is, radicular syndrome. This results in unpleasant tingling, numbness, muscle weakness, and the like.

Solution to hyperlordosis

The diagnosis comes before treatment. In the diagnosis of hyperlordosis, a history of this defect should be recorded. It is crucial to determine the approximate time when abnormal curvature occurred. Question is whether the condition is getting worse and the pain is intensifying. Medical specialists use different methods for diagnosing hyperlordosis such as x-ray, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). All these methods can reveal any damage done to the vertebrae or display a herniated disc.

Exercise and muscle strength

There are various approaches one can take to treat hyperlordosis. It depends on the extent to which the curvature is fixed by vertebrae, that is, by bones or muscles. In childhood, hyperlordosis can be corrected and cured completely using various corsets, strengthening some muscle groups, adopting a proper body posture, etc. Other means such as massages, rehabilitation or physiotherapy can also help.

Natural vs. synthetic

Various means may be used to relieve pain. Usually, painkillers, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or muscle relaxants are recommended to patients. These products should not be taken for a long time as they often cause unpleasant side effects, such as irritation of the gastric mucosa, similar digestion or cardiovascular problems.

HillVital offers an alternative solution to these means - balsams developed specifically for stifling pains. A person that suffers from hyperlordosis regularly faces muscle pain. For muscle pain relief, you can choose ointments such as Master balsam or Kapsamax depending on the type of pain and symptoms. Choose the best product for you.