Relaxation for head and muscles

Relaxation for head and muscles: tips and instructions

Relaxation for head and muscles

Endless meetings, boring lectures, hours in the waiting room - stretching and stretching would be good right now. But you can't, too many spectators. Help for the head and muscles bring these small exercises that are hardly noticeable.
Against tension in the neck and shoulder area
Sit upright on the front third of the chair. Reach under the seat with both hands on the right and left. Pull your shoulders back a little and then pull them toward your ears - the movement is minimal, the muscle tension in the shoulder area maximum. At the same time, straighten the upper body forward and slightly upward. Hold the tension for ten seconds, continue breathing and then slowly release. Release your hands from the chair and shake out your arms and shoulders a little.

This does the trick: provides better blood circulation to the neck and shoulder girdle.

Listen better

Gently pull both auricles from the inside out with your thumb and index finger, as if you wanted to make your ears two sizes larger. From the very top, gently stroke along the edge of the ear down to the earlobes. Repeat the exercise at least three times.

The benefits: activates short-term memory, increases hearing and promotes abstract thinking.

Mentally refresh

The acupressure point Shuigou - LG 26 can be found in the upper lip dimple between the nostrils and the upper lip. Divide the dimple horizontally into three sections, the energy point is located between the upper and middle sections. Press this point with the fingertip of one finger for about one to two minutes with medium pressure, continuing to breathe deeply and steadily. The effectiveness of this exercise can be further increased by pressing the point firmly on a regular basis over a few weeks.

It improves concentration and memory, clears and refreshes the mind.

Relaxed breathing

While sitting, pull your head (the crown of the head) upwards - this stretches the cervical spine and lowers the chin towards the floor. Fold your hands behind your head. The elbows point slightly outward (be careful when it gets tight - don't hold your elbows in your neighbor's face inconspicuously). Now gently press your hands and head against each other without making any movement. Hold the tension for about ten seconds, continue breathing and slowly release the arm position. Now move your head slightly to the right and left five times, as if you wanted to look at the person sitting next to you.

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