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Relaxation

Best way to relax your back at the end of the day!
This position will decompress your spine, relax your back and neck muscles, open your shoulders and improve circulation to your brain. This is much needed at the end of the day!

You might need a cushion underneath your head to keep your head in line with the spine.

Let go of your body. Let the floor carry you. Clear your mind, don’t dwell on your thoughts and ignore external noises. Enjoy this peaceful moment.
Stay five minutes or more. To come out of the position safely, hug your knees to your chest and roll on to your side.Relaxation

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Feet exercises

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OOJ9AQ1AEg&app=desktop

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Hypermobility vs flexibility

http://www.jennirawlings.com/blog/2014/9/4/hypermobility-vs-flexibility-do-you-know-the-difference

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Fascia, the new buzz word!

http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-17936/understanding-fascia-what-it-is-why-you-should-care.html

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Food for thought

About emailing, texting, Facebook, Twitter… Multitasking has been found to increase the production of the stress hormone cortisol as well as the fight-or-flight hormone adrenaline, which can overstimulate your brain and cause mental fog or scrambled thinking. Multitasking creates a dopamine-addiction feedback loop, effectively rewarding the brain for losing focus and for constantly searching for external stimulation.

Read on

http://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/jan/18/modern-world-bad-for-brain-daniel-j-levitin-organized-mind-information-overload

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