Make These Movements in Your Bed Before You Go To Sleep and You Will Remember Us for the Rest of Your Life!
We’ve all had troubles falling asleep. Rising and turning for hours, sounds familiar?
Luckily fir you, today we will present you some successful techniques that will help you fall asleep in no time! All you have to do is practise these body postures, and you will get your goodnight sleep.
First, all you have to do is bend your knees and sit of them. Then, extend your torso forward, and your hands back, so that they touch your feet. Your heels should touch your tail.
This exercise is not recommended for all those who suffer from problems with their knees.
STRETCHER SHOE POSTURE
For this posture, lie on your bed on your back, and then put the soles of your feet together. Then, spread your legs to both sides like a butterfly, always keeping your soles together. Keep your arms on the floor, as relaxed as possible.
ROLLING BACK POSTURE
Lie on the floor face down, and tilt your knees, bringing them to your chest. Then, bring your knees with your hands, and slowly swing from side to side, massaging your back with the surface of the floor.
While doing this exercise, relax your shoulders very well and perform deep and soft breaths.
SUPINE COLUMN TORSION POSTURE
Lie on your back on the floor, and drop both knees to the right side. After that, turn your arms and head at the same time opposite your legs.
Take a deep breath while doing the exercise. Don’t forget to change sides.
Sit in your bed and let your arms fall behind your back. Next, you should slowly extend your hands below your buttocks, and at the same time see your shoulders slowly pushing towards the ground.
Stay a few seconds lying on the floor doing this exercise.
Sit with your legs crossed, then place the palms of your hands on the floor. Then, you should swing back and forth, propelling yourself with your thighs. Next, take your left leg back, stretching it as much as you can.
Stay with your leg stretched for a few seconds, and repeat with your other leg.
POSTURE OF MEDITATION
Fir this one, you should sit comfortably across your legs, with the right spine and the palms of your hands on your knees. Take slow and deep breaths, but keep your attention on your breathing. Keep this position for a few minutes.
POSTURE OF THE CLAMP
Sit on the floor with a straight posture, then try to touch the tips of your feet with your hands. Make sure you take deep breaths while you hold for a few seconds that posture.
Sit on the floor with your legs crossed, and bring your right palm to your left knee and your left hand behind your hips. Then, turn your torso very gently to one side, hold the position and then turn to the other.
Lie down on the floor in front of a wall, in order to support your legs in this. Then, stretch your legs as high as you can reach the wall, but keep your arms relaxed on the floor, and open your chest to breathe deeply.