The connection between better quality sleep and exercising has been studied for a long time, and they are said to have a bidirectional relationship. Physical exercising during the day will improve sleep quality, while poor sleep will reduce your levels of physical activity.
Some exercises promote more high-quality sleep than others. Understanding the exercises that will better your sleep quality and when to work out during the day will help promote your sleep. Some exercises include;
1. Child’s Pose
This exercise helps relax your body, relieve tension in your back, neck, and shoulders, plus relieves stress.
- Kneel while sitting on your heels.
- Move your hips backward, and bring your forehead down such that it rests on the floor.
- Straighten out your arms in front of you on the floor.
- Draw deep breaths and concentrate on the areas you may be experiencing discomfort or pain.
- Hold for 5 minutes.
2. Low Lunge
This helps stretch your groin, thighs, and hips. It also relieves tension and pain in your chest, shoulders, and back.