when ever some pressure compresses your disc it bulges out of its place and presses the spinal cord
or the nerve root
which is the cause of your excruciating pain. discs tend to go back to their original position unless they are mishandled . continous sitting and standing both are different ways of compressing the disc. it doesnt matter whether standing or sitting is causing your problem as long as yourdisc is weak. its your duty to take steps to stop further degeneration and to try regenerating your discs which is possible for sure. some of my patients are sportsmen who were suffering with herniated disc
and trust me they are back into their sports. all we did were some cleansing therapies, some metabolic correction therapies, an ancient ayurvedic therapy called Vahnikarma or agnikarma, along with food and life style modifications. consult your nearest ayurvedic physician who practices both panchakarma
and agnikarma and you will surely get cured with out any painkillers and surgeries.