No matter how active you are or the lifestyle you are adopting, you may still experience pain in different parts of your body at some point. Fortunately, there is an effective way to eliminate them without too much effort.
Here's how to get rid of pain from any part of your body in minutes:
Stay straight on a chair and bend your head to one side, so your ear touches your shoulder. Keep this position for 30 seconds and then move your head to the initial position. Repeat the procedure on the other side.
Lift your shoulders as close to your ears and hold your breath for 2-3 seconds. Exhale and lower your shoulders. Repeat the procedure a dozen times.
Upper back pain:
To eliminate pain in the upper back, you must cross your arms and grasp your shoulders as if you were to embrace. Keep your hands on your shoulders, inhale deeply, hold your breath for about 30 seconds then slowly exhale.
Pain in the lower back:
For lighter pain, sit straight on a chair and raise a knee to the chest. Bring your body close and hold for 30 seconds. Then lower your foot gradually. Repeat the procedure with the other foot.
Pain in the joints of the hands:
Stuck your hands and place them in front. Then make circular movements in all directions, 10 times.
To alleviate hip pain, you should stand straight on the edge of a back seat. Then, gently rotate the trunk in the left or right direction and stretch the opposite leg in the back. When you turn in the right direction, stretch your left foot.
Keep the other foot at right angles and bring the trunk to the normal position in order to focus on the hip. Keep this position for 30 seconds. Later, slowly return to the initial position and then repeat the procedure with the other foot.
Pain in muscle muscles:
Stay straight on a chair and keep your left foot at right angles. Bend your right foot over the left and bend the trunk gently until you feel a tension in your muscles. Keep the position for 30 seconds, then change and repeat with the other foot.
Stay straight on a chair and raise from one movement. Then sit down at a slow pace. Repeat a dozen times.
Pain in the foot paw:
Position one foot against the other, and place it behind the heel. Hold your fingers and hold for 30 seconds. At a slow pace, straighten your fingers and repeat the exercise with the other foot.