Yawning



Yawning is easily one of the best things you can do for yourself. 


Yawning is a deep breath - taking in more oxygen.


Yawning helps you come down out of your head, it helps soften your heart muscles.


Yawning increases the production of serotonin in your brain, it is the currently trendy neurotransmitter that tends to balance mood: calms you if you’re hyper, brightens you if you’re gloomy. 


Yawning and stretching increase blood pressure & heart rate & also flex muscles & joints. 


Yawning washes & cleanses your eyes. 


Yawning helps you relax. Yawning wakes you up!


Yawning Suggestions --- 


Enjoy the pleasure of having a good yawning session. 


Yawn, stretch and sigh. Fake it till you make yawning happen. 


Gently move your head and neck as you yawn, involve your arms and upper body. Relax and sigh, releasing neck and jaw tension and have a yawn.



Go for a

 

BIG

 YAWN!


Yawning 

Yawning is easily one of the best things you can do for yourself, 

it is the currently trendy neurotransmitter that tends to balance mood: 

calms you if you’re hyper, brightens you if you’re gloomy. 

It can increase alertness. 

Yawning helps you come down out of your head. 

It helps soften your heart muscles, increases the production of serotonin in your brain. 

Yawning & stretching increase blood pressure, heart rate & also flex muscles & joints. 

Yawning washes & cleanses your eyes. It helps you relax.

Yawning wakes you up!

Practice Yawning - Take a deep, sucking breath through your mouth, open wide, act your way into yawning. 

Enjoy the pleasure of having a good yawning session. Yawn, stretch & sigh. 

Fake it till you make yawning happen. 

Gently move your head & neck as you yawn, involve your arms & upper body. 

Relax & sigh, releasing neck & jaw tension & have a yawn. Go for the BIG YAWN!


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