Yoga Insomnia Control

Yoga Insomnia Control

People with insomnia are aware of the pain of being conscious at night for hours. Many begin to take various sleep-inducing medications, such as sedatives and tranquilizers; however, these drugs make them addictive and cause many other side effects. If you want to get rid of this sleep disorder, you can regularly do certain yoga poses. Yoga poses that are known to successfully control insomnia include:

Standing forward bending: To complete this exercise, firstly keep your legs close together. Then slowly bend the upper body forward; the action will be carried out as if you were trying to touch your toes. Performing this exercise will encourage deep breathing and promote blood circulation. The breathing procedure in this yoga position will be: when you stretch your arms over your head, you should breathe; exhale slowly, lower the body. Remember that your back should remain flat throughout the exercise.

Iyengar Inversion: To do this yoga exercise, stand with your legs slightly wider than the distance between the shoulders. There may be about 8 inches of yoga blocks in front of it (some books can also be folded); however, this is absolutely optional.

Now take a deep breath and then bend forward and exhale. Your arms reach the ground (the distance between the two arms must be equal to the distance between the two shoulders), put your hands on the ground with your fingers. Now lay your head on yoga blocks; If you’re not using yoga blocks or a stack of books, stop bending when your head is about 8 inches from Earth. Once in the above position, try pulling your shoulders down; You will feel a tension in your hamstrings and behind your neck.

Stay in this position as much as possible; You can stay in this position for 5-10 minutes after developing sufficient flexibility. You should continue to breathe deeply during this exercise. Lift your body, go up slowly.


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