If you have a back pain and wish to get rid of it here is one simple exercise for you.
There are three main reasons why you need to care of your posture holding:
- If you have an incorrect posture you will increase the risk of pain in your back, poor blood circulation and feeling of tightness in your chest.
- With correcting your posture, you can greatly reduce pain in the neck, shoulders and back.
- Good posture improves your hormonal balance, digestion process, mental clarity, breathing, decreases stress and finally improves your overall health.
Fortunately, there is one simple way to improve our posture.
An excellent and simple advice is to make an exercise of your muscles used when you are standing in a useful, natural position.
There is yoga position which is called grasshopper position (salabhasana- locust pose) and exercise is strengthening these muscles with laying extension.
You need to practice gently this exercise and do what suits you and your personal options.
Before you start a new practice and you still have a back pain you need to consult your doctor.
Here is exactly the way of doing this exercise for your back pain:
-1. You need to lie on stomach with your face down and with your forehead touch the floor.
-2 Extend and spread your legs from behind in the width of your hips.
Make your weight evenly over the top of your both feet.
-3 Now gently lift the upper part of the body and keep the head up.
Do this part of exercise slowly and lift your head as high as you get the feel comfortable.
-4 Inhale and in the same time lift the head up with looking ahead.
Lift your hands and finger during the exhaling. Keep the hands close to your body with the palms down.
-5 Lift your legs up with using your thigh muscles.
In this position, your weight should rely on your pelvis, abdomen and the lower ribs.
Depending on your ability, hold this position from 10 sec. up to 1 min.
-6 You need to repeat this exercise for your back pain 5-10 times.
exercise will help greatly to improve your posture and strengthen your legs, torso and back muscles.