I feel stiff all over when I wake up in the morning. Why is my neck and shoulders stiff when I’m sleeping? Is it because of my age?
According to Dr. William Donken, a rheumatologist at Brigham Women’s Hospital in the U.S., it doesn’t move much while sleeping. Fortunately, that kind of “knox mood” disappears after five to ten minutes of movement. The U.S. “Harvard Health Publishing” introduced three gymnastics that relaxes the shoulders, back and legs that have hardened overnight.
◆ Wings = Put your feet together and stand upright. Breathe in and raise both arms sideways to shout hurrah. Breathe out and come back to position. The point is not to raise your arm forward, but to raise it sideways. Consider Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘human proportionality’ as he moves along the wing or circumference of a bird. Repeat 5 to 10 times.
◆ Lean back = Stand straight with your feet slightly open. Support the back of the waist with your hands. Breathe in, shoulder back, and lean back as if lifting chest. Take care not to bend your neck too much, and look at the ceiling with your eyes. Slowly count to five, then exhale and return to the original state. Repeat 3 to 5 times.
◆ Chair position = Stand with your feet wide open. Breathe out with your arms up and take a posture like sitting in a chair with your hips and knees bent. It’s easy to think of squats. 토토커뮤니티 He holds out his back for a few seconds, then stands up with his arms down. Repeat 5 to 10 times.
It is easy to feel the “rusty mood” of the morning if you stay awake and don’t move. When sitting for a long time, such as working in front of a computer or driving a long distance, make time to do three exercises. The same goes for watching TV.