If you have troubles falling asleep please don’t think that you are alone in this. There are a lot of people who struggle to fall asleep and they need hours before they do.
If this becomes a routine for you, you will notice that you’ll feel tired during the day, you’ll binge on sugar and infuse yourself with tons of coffee in the attempt to stay awake. Additionally, you will start getting weight and become depressed.
Start implementing these yoga poses before you go to bed and you’ll notice the changes right away. These are really simple moves; so don’t think you need extra flexibility to achieve them.
Different scientific studies have shown the health benefits of yoga, so you won’t be losing anything if you only give it a try.
- Balasana-Child’s pose
If you have knee problems, it might not be a good idea to do this pose. However, everyone else will find this pose quite beneficial. It can help you relax your shoulders, nervous system, back, belly and most importantly your mind. When you practice this pose make sure you breathe deeply and controlled and extend your arms in front of you.
- Suprta Baddha Konasana- Bound Angle Reclining Pose
More famous under the name butterfly pose. You need to lie on your back, with your knees up and your soles touching each other. Slowly, let your knees fall to the sides. Your arms should be next to your body, relaxed and you should always remember to breathe properly.
- Back Roll
While lying on your back, grab your knees and start rocking gently from side to side. This will help you stretch your lower back. Make sure your legs are relaxed and your shoulders ago softly to the ground. Breathe deeply.
- Supta Matsyendrasana-Reclining Spinal Twist
Lay on your back and let your knees fall to one side. With the opposite hand, gently roll your head to the other side and make sure your shoulders are relaxed and into the ground. Control your breathing and repeat the pose on the other side.
- Matsyasana-Fish Pose
Lay on your back, your arms to the side and your palms should be under your behind, facing the ground. Once you start sliding your arms, you need to press your lower arms as much as possible into the ground and to start bending your elbows. This way you will lift your body up and open up your chest. You can go through five to ten deep breaths and then relax and enjoy the benefits of the routine.