7 Exercises to Get Rid of Insomnia, Lung Issues, Back Pain, and Headaches

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Dolphin Pose

The dolphin pose is one of the most calming poses in yoga as you can effortlessly master it to strengthen your core and spine and even out your breath before sleep.

Come onto the floor on your hands and knees. Set your knees directly below your hips and your forearms on the floor with your shoulders directly above your wrists. Exhale and lift your knees away from the floor.

At first, keep the knees slightly bent and the heels lifted away from the floor. Hold your head between your upper arms; don’t let it hang or press heavily against the floor. You can straighten your knees if you like, but it’s best to keep them bent if your upper back rounds.

Half Cobra Grasshopper

Invented by the amazing Cassey Ho, this stretching exercise does wonders for your core, abdomen, thighs, and spine. It’s also great for your lungs as it opens them up and helps you to inhale deeper.

Get into a cobra pose and put your feet together behind you. Then, lower your upper body while lifting your connected feet. Afterward, lower your feet and push yourself up slowly with your straightened arms. You can see Cassey do it here.

Legs-up-the-Wall Pose

Viparita Karani, or “legs-up-the-wall pose”, has always been one of the most relaxing and calming poses. It restores your strength, improves your inner stability, relieves stress, and prepares the mind for a peaceful night. You can watch a video on how to master this pose here.

For this pose you need to lie on your back and put your feet on the wall using it as support. Then, raise your pelvis to the desired level (you can use rolled towels placed under the waist). If the lower torso is hard to lift, you can leave only the legs raised.

Full Core Stretching

One of the most crucial things when stretching your back is to not forget about your core. When your whole body is stretched and your spirit is lifted, even the worst of headaches will flee. Here, the cobra pose can help you out perfectly. This exercise is also tremendous for your lungs as it opens them up for easier breathing.

Lay on your stomach and stretch your feet as far away as you can. Press your shoulders into your body and put your forearms on the floor. Slowly lift your body off the floor and straighten your arms.

We hope that these poses and exercises will help you obtain the most wonderful dreams and a state of total relaxation. Be sure to do a quick warm-up before you begin so your body feels at ease with every pose.

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