• Dr. Theresa Marko

Make Stretching Before Bed a Habit With These 5 Feel-Good Moves



Do you have difficulty falling asleep at night? Are you feeling anxious about things on your to do list?


Stretching before bed is one way to calm your mind and relax so you can fall asleep faster and get a better night's sleep. It also can help relieve tension in your muscles and joints which physically makes you feel better and in turn, mentally help you let go as well.


This kind of evening routine can help signal your brain that it's time to wind down and promote sleep hormones.


Read more about which stretches are good before bed in Dr. Marko's new guest feature in BeachBody.


If you would like help with a bedtime stretching routine, Marko Physical Therapy can help.


Make an appointment today with a physical therapist! We are doing both in person and telehealth.

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