From: Meenakshi Chaudhary, Onlymyhealth Editor Date: April 3, 2018
Sleep deprivation can be a serious problem that can ruin your day or even the day careers and relationships. You can try different things to improve your sleep, but it may not be as effective. This is where yoga starts. Certain yoga poses can be especially helpful for your sleep.
Yoga for sleep
Sleep deprivation can be a serious problem that can ruin your day or even your career and relationships. You can try different things to improve your sleep, but it may not be as effective. This is where yoga starts. Certain yoga poses can be especially helpful for your sleep.
To start the pose, place your arms flat on a mat. Relax your body and take a deep breath. Move your wrists and ankles slowly in a circle. It will further relax your body. Now stretch your toes and fingers apart. Finally, pull your facial muscles together and release them as long as you can.
Get on all fours and slowly lift your knees off the ground as you exhale Extend your legs as far as possible and slightly tilt the pelvis Inside. Stay in the pose for a few minutes. This amazing posture reduces fatigue and insomnia and also improves digestion.
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Lie on your back so that your hips touch the wall with your legs against the wall and stay in the pose for up to 15 minutes to help you feel more relaxed when you go to bed
Yogic Breathing Technique
Sit comfortably on a mat and breathe in. Now exhale through your mouth and exhale with a "ha" sound Do this for five to eight minutes.This technique helps to train your neck muscles for sleep apnea.
For this pose, bend the top half forward and Fold it up to a minute, you can also rest your hands in a chair or something if you have difficulty reaching the ground.
Head-to-Knee Forward Kick
Sit on a Mat and Extend Your Legs Spread your left foot toward the groin area so that your left knee is bent and resting on the ground. Turn your torso towards your right leg. Stay in the pose for a few minutes. Repeat the same with the other leg.
Bound Angle Pose
Sit on the floor and bring the soles of your feet together in front of you, hands holding your feet or ankles. Breathe in now and extend the spine. Exhale and lean forward from the hips, keeping your spine long.
Wide Angle Forward Forward Deflection
Sit upright on the floor and stretch your legs forward. Go as far as it is comfortable. Inhale and extend the spine so that the lower back does not become round. Exhale and bend with your hands in front of you from the hips. Concentrate on the breath as you extend the spine with each inhalation and relax forward with each exhalation.
Thread the needle
Lie with your head on the back of the floor. Bend your knees and put the soles of your feet on the floor. Bring your right knee towards your chest and place your right ankle under your left knee with your right knee pointing to the right. Bend your right foot to keep the muscles moving and protect the knee from tension. Lift your left foot off the floor and bring your left knee to your chest. These poses will help you sleep.