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Elevate Your Daily Routine with These Facial Stretches

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Facial stretches as a part of yoga can help in toning and relaxing the face muscles. Apart from relaxation, they can offer other benefits as well. They include releasing stress, improving circulation and giving a more youthful appearance to your face. You should include them in your daily routine to avail the maximum benefits. Read the full article to know the potential benefits of facial stretches

Daily Facial Stretches For Youthful Skin and Muscles

The following exercises/ stretches can prove beneficial for your health and skin-

  • Exercises for your jaw and cheeks

You need to relax your jaws, improve jaw function, increase circulation and release tension with the help of simple jaw and cheek stretches. If you experience any pain or discomfort while performing any stretch or exercise, you should always speak to a healthcare professional.

  • Shoulder exercises

Shoulder exercises can indirectly help in relaxing your face muscles. It can release the tension in your neck, jaw areas and upper body. It can also help in promoting an overall sense of relaxation. Keeping your stress levels under control can positively impact your blood sugar control.

  • Eyebrow exercises

It is probably one of the easiest forms of facial exercise. You need to gently massage your eyebrows to get the best results. You can opt for eyebrow squeeze, eyebrow wiggle or eyebrow stretches as forms of exercise.

  • Ear exercises

You can gently massage your ears to promote a sense of relaxation. You can pull and stretch the earlobes to increase the circulation in your ears.

Exercises are a crucial part of diabetes management. However, some exercises may vary from person to person. Before incorporating any exercise into your routine, you should always speak to your doctor or health coach. It is advised to avoid high intensity exercises if you are a person with diabetes.

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