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4 Yoga Poses to Get Rid of Aches in Nursing Mothers

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4 Yoga Poses to Get Rid of Aches in Nursing Mothers

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Breastfeeding knows no time. Babies may wake up starving in the middle of the night or early in the morning. The duration of breastfeeding is unpredictable, depending on the wishes of your child. Therefore, breastfeeding often makes the mother’s back, neck and shoulders ache abysmally. Psstt .. Practicing yoga can be one way for nursing mothers to overcome aches!

Yoga poses for nursing mothers
As a nursing mother, it’s good to practice various yoga movements such as:

1. Sphinx pose

Sphinx pose is a yoga movement for nursing mothers that can be done while lying on his stomach. Rely on your arms to lift your upper torso. Make sure the neck stays straight, while the abdomen area is down against the floor or mattress.

2. Heart opening with a bolster or block

If you don’t have much free time, try this one. First, place a pillow on the floor that has been covered with mats or mattresses. Try to choose a pillow that is rather round so the back can bend perfectly.

Then, lie on your back with your back on the pillow. Keep your hands straight above your head or beside your body. Also make sure your feet stay flat on the floor.

3. Forward bend with interlaced fingers

To do this position, you need to stand or sit up straight. Then, close your fingers behind your back.

Stretch your chest while pulling your fingers downwards. The position of the head facing up with the chin raised. Do it for about 1 minute or so until you feel better. This yoga pose will help relieve aches in the back, arms and neck of nursing mothers.

4. Cat-cow stretch (Chakravakasana)

During the breastfeeding period, the spine will feel achy and bent over. This sensation will usually persist and continue to appear even if you are not breastfeeding.

To restore the flexibility of your spine, try stretching this one. First, position yourself as if you were about to crawl with your palms and knees resting on the floor.

Then, move your back in a curved upward position or lift it up high. Repeat 8 to 12 times until you feel this stretch having an effect on your spine and neck area.

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