Series Of Stretches For Different Sleeping Positions 1- Stretch Tip Of The Week Episode #16

Stretch For Back Sleepers

This is a Special Series of stretches for Sleep position to be done in the morning preferably right after you wake up.
We’ll begin series with the back sleeper or people who sleep on their back with thick pillows. The use of the pillow will affect the neck, throat and chest. This position is best without the pillow because it put the body in a neutral position relieving the spine from stress.
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The stretch for back sleepers:
  • Look to the front head straight (neutral position)
  • Tilt your head to the left until you feel a pull
  • Hold for a couple of seconds
  • Tilt your head to the right until you feel a pull
  • Hold for a couple of seconds
  • Bring you head back to looking to the front (neutral position) and turn your whole head to the left
  • Bring you head back to looking to the front (neutral position) and turn your whole head to the right

Repeat this stretch for 2- 3 times or until you feel a release. This stretch will loosen the neck muscles which eventually realign the spine.

ENJOY!

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