Sports trainers for those who have to spend most of their daily life at home thanks to the rapidly developing technology; He recommends short exercises that are simple, do not take much time, and can be done by everyone.
In particular, individuals who work at a desk may experience chronic headaches and stiffness in the long run.
This situation can be prevented with simple training movements that do not exceed five minutes.
Sports and Exercise Instructor Burak Kulaksız recommends a mini-study program for those who work at home.
The program, which consists of eight items that everyone can do in a simple way, is as follows;
1- Sit down and relax your shoulders. Tilt your head to the right and bring your ear closer to your right shoulder.
2- Place your right palm on the right side of your head. Tilt your hand and head to the other side and breathe deeply. Hold your breath and keep pushing hard.
3- As you breathe out slowly and completely, let go of your hand and bring your head towards your right shoulder. Repeat this two more times.
4- Repeat the application three times on your left side.
5- With your head straight, place the inner sides of your fingers on the bones on both sides of your head. Breathe deeply and push your head physiometrically with your fingers.
6- Put your hands in your lap and open your jaw as you exhale through your mouth. While breathing deeply through your mouth, extend your jaw forward and your lower teeth towards your upper jaw. Exhale, open your mouth and relax your jaw.
7- Stretch your chin once again. As you exhale, lower your head towards your chest.
8- Take a deep breath, push your head upwards with the inner sides of your fingers, while your head will continue to fall down. As you exhale, pull your fingers in and let your head fall in front of you. Repeat this twice. As you exhale for the last time, interlock your fingers behind your head and pull your head back with your elbows.