Here are some exercises that will help you alleviate
the tension. Otherwise, they are great exercises
If you can't sleep!
What happens when we are under tension?
Our body triggers a "fight or escape" reaction – a
is a natural reaction to a perceived threat. It generates
extra adrenaline to give us energy to solve it
with the threat. It also thickens the blood to stop us
bleed faster if we are injured during the fight
or escapes, and lifts some muscles to protect
ourselves more effectively. We can't control this –
is absolutely natural and instinctive.
In ancient times, when we were in danger, we used the extra
energy in the fight against danger, or ran, but
We cannot do this in modern times.
The causes of stress or tension often occur in modern times
from the office or home – unreasonable boss, a
relationship breakdown, new job or death in the family.
In these cases, we are not physically removing the danger
fight or flee. As a result, we do not disperse a
adrenaline, or let our blood open – our body
remain in a stand-by state to deal with
What is the impact of this?
This constant standby state leads to voltage over time
headache, stiff neck and shoulder, stomach upset, back
pain and other stress symptoms
What can we do about this?
When we are under physical threat, the body is naturally timing
lifts some muscles to protect himself. basically
curves and clusters to protect vulnerable areas
and expose the better protected.
Remember – the body responds to stress just as it does
responds to the perceived threat. So when we're under stress
naturally tries to react in the same way. Until we do
usually does not curl in the middle of the ball
meets when we are under tension, the same muscles they would be
Allow Us to Be Tensed
 We strive to grasp
So how can these muscles be alleviated?
Muscles tend to withstand external pressure
. Try it: relax on your wrist and in your hand on a table, palm
upward. His fingers are waving inward. You with something
on the other hand, tries to straighten his fingers. You'll
feels resistance and if you let go you will have your fingers
returns to their original position. We have to find it
is another way to relax the muscles.
Each joint of our body is supported on both sides of the muscles.
. This allows us to move the community around
. Moving the muscles in one direction
in the opposite direction in which we move
to relax to allow movement. For example: if we are
bend our knees to the muscles at the top of our upper leg
must rest to allow movement. If they don't relax
our feet would stay straight
8 relaxation exercises:
To relieve tense muscles under stress
move the affected joints in the opposite direction
for the response to natural hazards
Here are some relaxation practices for releasing tension:
- Try moving your forehead or hair backward
on top of your head – the opposite of the eyebrows. can help
imagine that you are stroking your forehead backwards
to the top of your head and to the back of your neck
– but you're not really doing stoking.
- Open your mouth as wide as you can, hold and hold
- Press and hold the shoulder, hold and hold
- Pull up your arms and connect your hands over you
- Open your hand as much as possible, hold and hold
- Drive back and roll your knees outward. There is no need
for a great move – just a few millimeters
needed to soothe the inner thigh muscles
- Straighten your knees to open your hips
- Point your toes down as far as you can. Hold and hold
The ideal way to learn exercises is to lie
flat on your back. Once you have your voice, you can
at any time, sitting at the table, waiting for one
is waiting in queue. Wherever there are some
moments to wait.
Good luck and remember: if we don't do anything else
we get the same results!
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