Things to learn from animals
by Baigalmaa staff
Things to learn from animals
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If you want to have a healthy birth and keep your body in good shape, if you learn to imitate the natural movements and moods of animals giving birth, it is as effective as physical training. The fact that the animals are generally at a normal size and do not suffer from any diseases is related to their movement habits.

Stretch like a cat. This is one of the simplest yet most beneficial yoga moves. Stretching in this way solves back problems, increases mobility and flexibility of joints, strengthens muscles and ligaments, and improves blood supply to internal organs.

Be happy like a dog. Dogs are one of the most joyful animals in life. They can get joy and satisfaction from every moment of life without thinking about anything.

A target that climbs like a monkey. When we are young, like monkeys, we are eager to climb, but unfortunately, when we grow up, we lose this state. Scientists in North Florida have shown that when a person spends two hours a day climbing a tree or hanging from something, the memory improves and the intellectual ability improves. Ascending and climbing not only exercises the muscles, but also develops the brain and mind.

Run like a cheetah. A cheetah can run at a speed of 120 km/h per day to catch its prey. There is no one who does not know that running is an indisputable health benefit.

Swim like a fish. Swimming improves body shape and keeps you energetic. People with diabetes are recommended to practice swimming at least 3 times a week in order to stabilize their blood sugar levels.

Rock climbing like a jay is a good exercise for developing muscles and developing the brain and mind. Although rock climbing is considered dangerous, research has shown that it is safer than football and basketball.

Do twisting movements like a snake. This movement is a yoga practice that strengthens the abdominal muscles, back muscles, and improves the functioning of the pancreas, intestines, and kidneys.

A target that jumps like a hornet. Can jump up to 10 meters long. I hope you haven't forgotten that you used to play with rubber bands when you were little, even though you weren't encouraged to jump like that. Why not play for 5 minutes a day, just like when you were a child? It is a good way to protect yourself from osteoporosis.