So your head is throbbing. You’ve had too many to drink last night. You want to get rid of this stupid hangover but pulling out a Yoga mat feels like too much trouble. But what if I told you this is the bitter medicine to hangover? Indeed pull out a Yoga mat and do these few Yoga poses to feel relief instantly.

These are super easy Yoga poses that anyone can try. These have been rolled out especially to get rid of those crazy hangovers. Watch these easy moves and try them now:

1 Savasana – The Corpse Pose

This is literally the easiest pose out there. It is used as the pose in between the other poses and newbies are in a rush to get to this pose as a relief. For doing a yoga pose as this one just simply lie on your back and move your head sideways so as to say “noooo”. It will gently massage your neck muscles.

Your occipital muscles will be relaxed. For enhanced relaxation try closing your eyes while doing Yoga poses as this one.

Savasana The-Corpse Pose

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2 Balasana – The Child Pose

Does this pose look tough? I know it might take one or two tries for you to do this one. But once you do it right, you are going to feel a good relaxation. You can take my word for it. The importance of this position is that it helps compress your abdomen so that peristalsis is stimulated.

This helps your lymph nodes open up and enhances its job in removing the waste metabolic products from your body. Close your eyes and relax in this manner to make your hands remain stacked on the blanket or on the floor.

Balasana The Child Pose

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3 Cat Cow Pose

This will be heaven for your back when you are having a bit of a hard time with hangover. Start with deep breaths in this simple and easy to do cat cow pose. Yoga poses of this sort are excellent for the cardiovascular system. Each movement will feel like you are flushing out the hangover as your abdominal and back muscles start to stretch out.

Moving of this type activates your cardiovascular system which effectively flushes out the drinks from your system. It is best for those times when you don’t want to move at all.

Cat Cow Pose

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4 Parivrtta Malasana – Revolved Garland Pose

Sit this way – because you know you should. Do it gently because you may not be feeling like moving. But after doing all the three Yoga poses at first, you should be feeling charged enough to do this one.

The benefit of this pose is that squatting in this position will help clear your bowels totally and it may compress the liver gently to give it an extra nudge towards the cleansing process.

Parivrtta Malasana Revolved Garland Pose

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5 Upavistha Konasana – Forward Bend with Supported Wide Angle

Want to get rid of that throbbing headache? This is your pose! It is that cool down pose that balances your excessive heated state after drinking. To dot his pose correctly, site with your legs as wide open as you can and draw blankets and pillows as necessary between your two feet.

Now fold forward. Stack the pillows until you can rest your forehead on them without any strain. This way you will get a good stretch. These yoga poses are meant for calming your aches.

Upavistha Konasana Forward Bend with Supported Wide Angle

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6 Supta Baddha Konasana – Reclining Bound Angles Pose

The ultimate relaxing position after the shavasana. This pose will facilitate deep breathing which will both relax your mind and make oxygen circulation easier in your system. Yoga poses like this are meant for deep relaxation.

Gather the props from the #5 yoga asan and keep them behind you. Align them as per your spine and rest on them. Extend your arms wide and rest. Bring soles of feet together and drop your knees to the floor. Breathe. You should feel up and about in like 10 seconds.

Supta Baddha Konasana Reclining Bound Angles Pose

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