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3 Poses To Boost Digestion And Help Overeating

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These Poses Will Give Your Digestion The Boost It Needs!

Having a healthy digestive system is so crucial to long-term health.  Digestion is at the heart of keeping your body properly nourished. If you digestion is slow, you will begin to feel bloated and may experience intestinal discomfort. You will also experience constipation. While consuming fiber and drinking plenty of fluids can help speed up your digestive tract, proper exercise will ensure your digestion gets the proper boost that it needs.

The following article presents 3 poses that will improve your digestion. Whenever you feel like your digestion could be slow, come back to these poses for reference.

See the article below and be sure to share it with any your friends who could use a digestive jumpstart!

 

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1. KNEES INTO CHEST

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How to do it: Lie on your back on a mat and tuck both knees into your chest. Place your palms below your knees to pull them into your chest as you inhale, releasing on the exhale.

What it does: Stimulates movement in the stomach after eating.

2. CHAIR POSE

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How to do it: Stand with your feet about hips width apart and toes facing forward. Sit your hips back as if you’re sitting down on a chair, and extend both arms overhead, keeping your chest high and shoulders away from your ears.

What it does: Stimulates the abdominal organs vital to digestion.

3. BRIDGE POSE

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How to do it: Lie on your back with your knees bent and the soles of your feet on the floor about hips-distance apart. From this position, drive into your heels to lift your hips straight up, clasping your hands beneath your body and pressing against the ground to open your hips.

What it does: Opens the front of the body, stimulating abdominal organs that aid in digestion.

 

To your health and wellness!

See the full article from Cosmopolitan here

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