3. Sit in easy pose. Stick your tongue out as far as it will go, when it reaches its maximum, clap your hands in front of your chest. Pull your tongue back in. Repeat the tongue movement and the clap. Pull your tongue in and continue. When you stretch your tongue in this manner, the little cord under the tongue is pulled and that pull stimulates the central nervous system, which is the control center of your life. 3 minutes. Inhale, stick the tongue out to the maximum, hold the breath for 10 seconds, and exhale. Repeat this two more times to complete the exercise.
This exercise has a progressive and gradual impact on the nervous system. Most people experience this sequence of nervous system signposts: after you do it 3 or 4 times the back of the tongue will start hurting, then the tongue will hurt on both sides, and then, after 3 minutes, the neurons in your head will start changing and you will feel fine.
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