Yoga Poses: A Guide for Better Sleep 

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You can try these Yoga poses. Remember to breathe deeply and focus on your sensations.

Cat-cow pose

This pose is a gentle and dynamic way to warm up your spine and neck. It also massages your abdominal organs and improves your digestion.

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Lizard Pose

This pose opens your hips, groin, and hamstrings. It also releases tension in your lower back and pelvis.

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Reclined Butterfly

This pose stretches your inner thighs, groin, and chest. It also stimulates your reproductive organs and improves blood circulation.

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Legs Up the Wall

This pose elevates your legs above your heart level. It reduces swelling in your feet and ankles, lowers your blood pressure, and relaxes your nervous system.

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Corpse Pose

This pose is the final resting pose of any yoga practice. It allows your body and mind to fully relax and integrate the benefits of your session.

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Supine Lunge (Anjaneyasana)

This pose stretches your hip flexors, quads, and groin. It also releases tension in your lower back and pelvis

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Dead Bug  (Ananda Balasana)

This pose strengthens your core, hips, and lower back. It also relaxes your nervous system and calms your mind.

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Supine Hamstring Stretch 

This pose lengthens your hamstrings, calves, and back muscles. It also improves blood circulation and relieves sciatica pain

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Seated Forward Bend

This pose stretches your hamstrings, lower back, and spine. It also calms your mind and relieves stress

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Bridge Pose 

This pose strengthens your glutes, hamstrings, and core. It also stretches your chest, neck, and spine

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Many people struggle with insomnia and poor sleep quality, which can affect their health, mood, and productivity. Try these poses and improve your sleep quality. Sweet dreams! 🌙