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3. The full salamander

3. The full salamander

This one is harder to do if you are at your desk or in the office, so it’s a great longer-term exercise to try at home.

  1. Kneel on all fours, with your head facing down.
  2. Look to the left without turning your head.
  3. Tilt your head to the left.
  4. Let your left spine twist with the head tilted to the left.
  5. Hold for 30 to 60 seconds
  6. Bring your head and spine to the center to straighten out.
  7. Repeat the same steps on the other side.

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During stressful situations, our brain can feel like our worst enemy, causing us to shut down with anxious thoughts or heart palpitations.

Intense anxiety activates the sympathetic nervous system, a network of nerves that trigger the “fight or flight” resp...

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1. The mindful sigh

You should be sitting comfortably for this. I do it at my desk when I notice key symptoms of stress like shallow breathing, tense shoulders or an increased heart rate.

  1. Take a deep, long inhale through your nose for five seconds and hold.
  2. Take another...

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2. The half-salamander

2. The half-salamander

This is called the half-salamander because your eyes are moving while your head is kept still, similar to a salamander’s behavior.

  1. Sit or stand in a comfortable position, with your head facing forward.
  2. Shift your eyes to the right without turning you...

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Hip Flexor Stretch

  • Kneel onto your right knee with toes down.
  • Place your left foot flat on the floor in front of you.
  • Place both hands on your left thigh.
  • Press your hips forward until you feel a good stretch in the hip flexors.
  • Contract your abdominals and slightly tilt your pe...

The Wall Angel Stretch

  • Stand with your back against a flat wall with your feet about four inches from the base. Maintain a slight bend in your knees. 
  • Bring your arms up with elbows bent so your upper arms are parallel to the floor and squeeze your shoulder blades together, forming a letter "W". Hold for 3...

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