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Lifestyle and home remedies that can treat or reduce symptoms from sciatica include cold packs, hot packs, stretching exercises and over-the-counter painkillers, according to Mayo Clinic. Prolonged inactivity is not reco... More »

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Yoga, swimming/water exercises and simple exercises, such as a walk, are ideal at-home treatments for sciatica, Prevention.com states. Lying in bed or simply relaxing are the worst ways to treat sciatica as prolonged pre... More »

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Resting, performing stretching exercises and taking nonprescription pain-reducing medicines may aid in relieving pain from sciatica, according to Mayo Clinic. Applying cold or hot compresses to the affected area may also... More »

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Mayo Clinic recommends treating sciatica at home with cold packs, hot packs, stretching and over-the-counter pain relievers such as naproxen (Aleve) and ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil). Resting for a day or two may be helpful,... More »

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