Sleep is an important part of your life. You spend nearly one-third of your life asleep, so you should make sure you get the best quality. Here are 10 poses you can try to help improve your sleep at night.
Lie flat on the ground with your legs apart and your arms laying out away from the torso. This pose promotes relaxation by making you stay in a comfortable position while breathing and relaxes your total body.
Lie on your back and bringing your bent knees towards your abdomen. Hold onto your toes so your feet point to the ceiling and your lower back is flat against the ground. You can use this position to rock back and forth to help ease tension in your back.
This pose is great for relieving soreness and fluid accumulation in their feet. Start by laying on your back placing your feet up against a wall. Make sure your tailbone touches the bottom of the wall.
First, lie flat with your arms spread out. Bend your knees and bring them towards your belly and move them side to side while they continue touching. This pose helps stretch out muscles on your flanks and lower back.
This pose can be done by kneeling down with your knees far apart enough so you can stretch your arms out and breath deeply. You can keep your face down on the mat to allow you to relax your neck.
Lie flat face down with a pillow to support your torso and chest. Look upwards and point your arms back parallel with your legs. This pose will stretch your arms and chest and help you relax.
Sit between your ankles, lean backwards, and lay your back and head on a cushion or blanket. Allow your arms to fall flat away from you. This pose allows your core and chest muscles stretch and relax.
Lie flat, moving one leg up towards the ceiling. This pose helps stretch your muscles in your leg.
The classic yoga pose: sit upright, legs crossed with your ankles in line. Place your hands on your knees and keep your back straight. Close your eyes and breathe deeply.
Standing with your feet shoulder length apart, inch your hands slower towards your feet and hold the position. This pose helps blood flow throughout the arms and your head.