How to Get Rid of Fatigue Instantly – Best Yoga Poses to Get Rid of Fatigue

How to Get Rid of Fatigue Instantly – Best Yoga Poses to Get Rid of Fatigue

From morning till late at night, a busy lifestyle has a toll on your energy level. This leads to the feeling of fatigue and tiredness.

An obvious reason behind fatigue is lack of sleep. It may also be related to lack of physical activity, jet lag, side effects of medications or an unhealthy diet.

1. Child’s Pose

Kneel on the floor and sit on your heels or glutes.
Leave the arms loose by the sides or straight out.
Exhale and lean forward slowly until your forehead touches the floor and your torso rests on your thighs.
Hold for 20-30 seconds or longer, breathing gently.
Slowly return to starting position.
Repeat 10 to 20 times a day.

2. Cobra Pose

Lie on your stomach with your legs stretched out.
Place your palms on the floor under your shoulders and keep your elbows bent.
The chin and all toes should touch the ground.
Inhale and slowly raise your chest upward, leaning back as far as you can without using the strength of your arm.
Hold this position for 15 to 30 seconds, depending on your comfort level.
Exhale and slowly lie down, relax and take some deep breaths.
Repeat this at least 5 times, relaxing for 15 seconds between each round.
End the child’s attitude and relax for some time before getting up.

3. Butterfly Pose

Sit on the floor with your legs out and your back straight.
Bend your knees and bring your feet.
Place the soles of the feet together, 6 to 8 inches away from the pelvis.
Keep your feet firmly in your hands.
Inhale deeply, pressing your thighs and knees to the floor.
Breathe normally and release both legs up and down.
Start slowly and gradually increase the speed, continuing for 5 to 10 minutes.
Slow down, then stop.
Take a deep breath and exhale as you lean forward, keeping your chin and spine up.
Take some long, deep breaths, try to relax and slowly straighten your legs out in front of you.

4. Bridge Pose

Lie on your back.
Bend your knees and place your feet over the width of your hip.
Stretch your arms next to your body, keep your palms down.
Inhale and lift your hips off the floor, pressing your feet firmly onto the floor.
Lift your upper body along with your hips, shifting your weight to the shoulders.
Hold the position for 5 to 8 deep breaths. You can use your hands to support your back in this position.
Exhale and slowly return to your starting position.

5. Cat’s Pose

Put your hands and knees in a table position.
Keep your arms perpendicular to the floor, with your hands directly under your shoulders and leaning on the floor.
Place your knee wide hip.
With an inhalation, lift the chin and tilt the head back, push the navel down and lift the coccyx.
Maintain this posture and take long, deep breaths for 1 minute.
Slowly return to the starting table stage.
Do 5 or 6 rounds before you leave this yoga pose.

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