These 6 Stretches Before Getting Out of Bed Will Make You Feel Amazing

People make a mistake and just get up in the morning and go to work. But if you just take a few minutes and have a few stretches, you will feel great and healthier.

These 6 Stretches Before Getting Out of Bed Will Make You Feel Amazing

Try these simple exercises that will improve your day. You can even practice them while still under the cover.

  1. Full-Body Stretch

Put your arms over the head, clasp the fingers together, while inhaling, overturn the plans to the wall and push them away from you. When it comes to your toes, they should be apart from the arms while the knees are straight.

Stay like this for 5 counts and then release the body while exhaling. Do 3 times this stretch.

  1. Figure-Four Stretch

Just cross the left foot of the right knee, forming the number 4. After that bend the right knee to the ceiling. Knees should be bent so you can keep this shape. Stay like this for 5 deep breaths and then change the side. It will lubricate the hip joints and gluts.

  1. Bed-to-Floor Stretch

This is easy, but an effective stretch. You need to touch the floor with your feet while bending your knees and hanging your head over them. Put the arms down to the floor and dangle your head and arms to that floor. Stay in this position for 5 breaths.

  1. Knees-to-Chest Stretch

While lying in your bed, bend the knees, while the soles of your feet are still on the bed. Draw one knee toward the chest with one of your hands, and then wrap your arms around the shins.

This position is great for lower back and you just need to practice it for 10 deep breaths.

  1. Supine Twist

Place your arms in a T shape on either side of your torso, while releasing your shins. Put the legs on the one side of the body, while your shoulders are on the mattress. Stay in this position for 10 deep breaths and then just change the side. You will increase circulation and stretch the spinal muscles with this stretch.

  1. Seated Forward Bend

Sit on the bed, extend your legs, inhale and lengthen your spine. Exhale slowly, and move the fingertips towards the toes. When inhaling, lengthen your spine and sink deep in this sitting fold. When you reach the farthest point, hang heavy your neck toward the legs. This will release the tension.

Do this exercise for 10 rounds of breath, and then lift your torso back slowly.