3 Easy Yoga Stretches That Can Actually Help You Sleep

yoga enhances sleepPracticing yoga can definitely improve your ability to sleep. It has been scientifically proven by the methodological survey of regular yogis on a national basis.  55% of them claimed to have much better sleep quality and duration without any disturbances. Yoga enhances sleep as it puts your body through parasympathetic positions, which sends signals to your body as well as brains to start relaxing and sleep becomes the natural byproduct of this yogic postures. Here are some good postures which you can try too.

 

1 Easy supine twist

This gentle twist calms the lower back. Resting on your back, try to bring your arms in the “T” shape in line with your shoulders, while dropping your knees to the right. You can place a pillow between your legs, to support your lower back. Try to keep your neck straight upwards towards the ceiling you minimize neck tension. Hold for ten breaths and repeat in the other side.

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2. Happy baby pose

This position definitely proves that yoga enhance sleep as this hip opening posture attacks fatigue and stress directly and releases the groin, spine and outer hips. Lie on your back, bend your knees towards your chest, grab your calves and gradually pull your knees towards your arm pits. Try to keep your knees flat as they must stay parallel to the ceiling. You can place a pillow underneath your neck if you our suffering from neck injury, this would keep your cervical line in a straight long line.

 

3. Happy baby pose

This position definitely proves that yoga enhance sleep as this hip opening posture attacks fatigue and stress directly and releases the groin, spine and outer hips. Lie on your back, bend your knees towards your chest, grab your calves and gradually pull your knees towards your arm pits. Try to keep your knees flat as they must stay parallel to the ceiling. You can place a pillow underneath your neck if you our suffering from neck injury, this would keep your cervical line in a straight long line.

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