3. Stretch Daily
They say if a cat is sick it won’t wake up and stretch right away. They also stretch throughout the day. This is something humans should also pick up on. Keeping the spine mobil and the joints and muscles stretched is important for our energy and our own regular digestion. Cats do it naturally as if they know it’s essential to their survival. There’s something to be learned here. The spine is something that gives humans a lot of trouble and can be the source of chronic pain if it’s not stretched and kept moving. The sedentary lifestyles in today’s working class could definitely use more stretching. Stretching helps reduce tension in tight shoulders and stimulates digestion to reduce toxic buildup in the body that causes inflammation.