User profile image

Gabriel Parsons

Massage

A gentle massage can be comforting for the baby and can put a baby to sleep. Put the baby on your shoulder and walk. Keep the lights of the room dim. Gently massage the back of the baby’s head with your fingers while holding the baby with one hand. Whisper a song or imitate the sound of a womb. Say shushhhh in a calm voice near the baby’s ear. A tired and sleepy baby should sleep in a few minutes with this trick.

Massage

Don't Avoid Him

When you have made up your mind that you want to end the relationship, you need to have the courage to do it. Don’t avoid his calls and stay away. Make things clear as soon as possible. Give him a hint that you are not happy or you can’t be together with him anymore. Take some time to think and let him do the thinking too. Avoiding the other person only makes the process worse and creates communication gaps. Once you have made up your mind, talk to him about it and end the relationship on good terms.

Rest at home

When you’re recovering from any disease, it’s important to let your body rest and recover. Put your daily routine to the side for now and focus on getting healthier and stronger. Without rest, your body will just be more vulnerable to getting sick again. Staying home doesn’t mean you have to do errands or use the time to get ahead of household chores. Take some time off and let yourself truly rest. The to-do list will still be there when you have recovered.

Cat and Cow Pose

To relieve the neck and shoulder tension and pain, the cat and cow pose of yoga is the most effective. The poses are done together to relieve the tension.

To perform the pose, on a yoga mat, get on all four. Keep your back straight and then start to bend it lower as much as you can while looking forward and upward. Hold the pose for 30 seconds and then lift your back and shoulders upward.

You should now be looking at the mat with a curved and stretched neck, your whole body making an inverted U on the ground. Hold the pose for 30 seconds and then let go. You can repeat it a few times to really target that stiffness and tension.

Consider toning the visual effects down

Visual effects are resource-intensive. Essentially, there is a tug of war between performance and appearance. It’s up to you to decide whether you want your Windows OS to look nice or work fast.

To optimize your visual effects, head to Control Panel and search for 'Performance Information and Tools'. Next, look for 'Adjust visual effects' and click on it. There, select 'Adjust for best performance', and click OK. Alternatively, you also have the option to let Windows decide what's best.

Gabriel Parsons writes on topics tagged

back

computer

cure

flu

illness

sleep

speed

Explore other topics

For https://best.ways.to to operate properly cookies are needed. By surfing further on this site you consent to us setting cookies in your browser as well as to our privacy policy and our terms of service. Click this button to accept / remove this message.