RELAX INSTNTLY DURING BREAKS
We don’t have time to de-stress and rejuvenate because lot of us are into jobs which involve constant sitting in front of a desk/ computer for long hours, resulting in back pain, headaches, eye and neck strain and other related conditions. Just taking a few minutes at the convenience of your office place without disturbing your work, you can recharge fully at your desk within minutes, which can relieve stress, increase productivity and most importantly make you feel better. Following are few recharging exercises…
CALF MUSCLES RECHARGING
For instant energy, freshness, and de-stressing
Sit on the chair, relax the body and close eyes comfortably. Now concentrate on right calf muscles, tight it for a moment and then relax completely. Do this for 2 minutes with relaxed face. And thereafter start from other left leg with same time.
If you practice 5 minute from each leg then definitely within 15 minute high blood pressure become down. Heart beat, head ache will be normal.
Being straight position on the chair, do the same exercise but retain calf muscles strain for 5 second with normal breathing from each leg. Do this for 3 minutes from each leg.
THIGH MUSCLES RECHARGING
Sit straight and comfortable on the chair with calm face and relaxed eyes. Give little strain on right thigh muscles for a moment and relaxed immediate after that, with normal breath. Do the same exercise from another leg.
Retain thigh muscles strain for 3 to 5 second and after that relaxed it. Do this for 20 times. Repeat it same from another leg.
In every moment breath should be normal and calm face.
HIP MUSCLES RECHARGING
Stand erect (also can be done in sitting position after expertise), squeeze both hip muscles, retain for moment and relax after that. Do this 20 times.
During muscles movement avoid holding breath. Breath and face should normal.
You can also apply this type of exercise to another body part like stomach, back, upper arms, four arms, and scalp.
Method of breathing
concentrate on your breathing…..
Just observe inhale and exhale effortlessly through the nose.
The moment when you inhale and exhale, observe chest rhythm.
Count 20 to 30 breathing.
As you practice, you will find it more and more effective in keeping you relaxed, when you are stressed.