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**Sleep Better Tonight with HADL Clinical Bodywork: 5 Bedtime Stretches to Try**


Are you tired of tossing and turning all night, struggling to fall asleep? We understand the importance of a good night's rest for your overall well-being. That's why we're here to share our top 5 stretches to help you sleep better - right from the comfort of your own bed. Incorporate these into your nightly routine and experience the difference!


1. Child's Pose - Start by kneeling on your bed, then slowly lower your chest toward your thighs while extending your arms forward. This gentle stretch relaxes your back and releases tension in your hips, promoting a sense of calm.


2. Pigeon Pose - Begin in a seated position on your bed. Extend one leg straight behind you, then bend the other leg and bring it in front of your body, placing your ankle on your opposite thigh. Lean forward slightly to deepen the stretch in your hips and glutes. This pose helps release any tightness in your lower body.


3. Thread the Needle - Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the bed. Cross your right ankle over your left thigh, then lift your left foot off the bed and bring your left knee towards your chest. Reach through the gap between your legs and clasp your hands behind your left thigh. This gentle hip stretch relieves any tension accumulated during the day.


4. Spinal Twist - Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the bed. Extend your arms out to the sides, palms facing down. Slowly lower both knees to one side while keeping your shoulders grounded on the bed. Feel the gentle twist through your spine, promoting relaxation and releasing tension.


5. Seated Neck Stretch - Sit cross-legged at the edge of your bed, keeping your back straight and shoulders relaxed. Tilt your head to the right, bringing your right ear towards your right shoulder. Place your right hand on the left side of your head to deepen the stretch, but only apply gentle pressure. Repeat on the other side. This stretch helps alleviate neck stiffness and promotes a feeling of ease.

Remember, these stretches are just a starting point. For personalized guidance and further assistance, schedule an appointment with one of our expert therapists at HADL Clinical Bodywork. We'll create a tailored plan to address your specific needs and help you achieve better sleep.


Start prioritizing your sleep tonight and reap the benefits of a well-rested mind and body.




Note: These stretches should be performed only if you are physically able to do so and with caution. Consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new stretching or exercise routine.


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