To quickly relieve fatigue from your feet, lie down for 5–10 minutes and lift them above your head. Sit back comfortably on the floor, lifting and putting your bent legs on the wall.
Place a pillow under the sacrum to relax the lower back. Now move your feet up until you straighten your knees.
Lie on your back, place small pillows under your lower back and knees. Pull forward socks, then heels, straining the muscles of the leg. Repeat this movement 10–12 times.
This position of the body and the work of the calf muscles will make the blood move from the legs to the heart more strongly and help the legs relax. Lying on your back, bend your legs and clasp yourself with your hands under your knees, leaving your feet on the weight and pulling your socks up.
Describe 8 laps in one or the other way.
Sit on the pillow, touching the wall with the entire surface of the upper body. Bend and spread your knees by joining your feet.
Close your eyes, relax your back and shoulders. Sit like this for 2-3 minutes, imagining how easy it is for the body to become.
Relaxing the hip joints and lower back will help relieve tired leg muscles.
Lie on your back, bend your knees, arms – to the sides, feet – on the floor. On 3-4 accounts, spread your fingers wide apart, without raising up. Now relax.
Repeat this movement 10–12 times.
Small movements of the toes increase blood flow and stimulate special points on the feet, helping us not only relieve fatigue, but also maintain good work of the whole organism. In addition, gymnastics for toes helps to relax the lower leg and relieves fatigue from the knees.
Sitting on the floor with straight legs, put your hands behind your back and, leaning on them, strongly strain the muscles of your thighs, legs and feet. At this point, stretch your knees up, connecting them even more, and pull out your toes.
Hold voltage for 4–6 seconds; then relax for the same time. Repeat 10–12 times.
Tension of the muscles of the thighs will push blood to the heart and relax the hip joints.