In Just A Few Minutes Eliminate The Pain In Any Part Of The Body With These Special Exercises



No matter if you are active and you exercise daily, pain in various parts of the body may occur anytime and anywhere.

Lower back pain

Sit upright on the chair. Lift one knee to your chest and grasp the underside. Slowly drag it to the body and hold for 30 seconds. Then gradually let go of your leg. Repeat the same exercise with the other leg.

Feet pain

Put one foot in front of the other. Place the back foot in an upright position and bend the fingers towards the sole. Stand so for 30 seconds, and then slowly straighten your fingers. Replace your feet and repeat the procedure with the other leg.

Pain in the joints of hands

Squeeze fists on both hands and put them in front of you. Make circles in the air with your joints. Repeat the exercise 10 times in both directions.

Shoulder pain

Breathe deeply and lift your shoulders towards the head. Stay in that position for 3 seconds, exhale and lower the shoulders. Repeat 10 times and if you can even more.

Hip pain

Sit upright on the edge of the chair. Keep your back upright and rotate the body slightly to the right. Stretch the left leg backward and hold the right one at right angle. Stretch the chest and press the hip. Hold this position for 30 seconds, and then slowly return to starting position. Repeat with the other side.

Pain in the muscles of the buttocks

Sit upright on the chair. Place the right foot on the left knee. Lean forward (you will feel tightening in the muscles the buttocks) hold that position for about 30 seconds. Straighten up slowly, and then repeat the exercise with the other leg.

Pain in chest muscles

Place your hands over your head so that your elbows are like wings. Lower your arms alongside your back so your shoulders get closer to each other. Maintain in this position for 30 seconds, and then slowly return your arms to the starting position.

Pain in the knees

Sit upright on the chair. Slowly get up but do it in one move. Slowly sit down again. Repeat the exercise 10 times.

Pain in the upper back

Embrace yourself so that the right hand will be put on your left shoulder and the left arm on the right shoulder. Breathe deeply and keep this position for 30 seconds. Gradually return to the normal position.

Pain in the neck

Sit upright on a chair and slowly tilt your head to one side so that your ear touches your shoulder. Keep this position for 30 seconds, and then slowly return the head to its normal position. Repeat on the other side.