Camping Comfort: 5 Stretches for Better Sleep Outdoors

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As residents of the Pacific Northwest, we all have that common tie of appreciating the beauty of the outdoors. Whether it’s the snow-peaked mountain tops, the rocky coastline, the dense forests, or the calming lakes and rivers, we all have that call to spend time in nature. One of the best ways to truly immerse ourselves in this can be to tent camp beneath the stars. If not prepared, however, unfortunately, this can come with challenges such as interrupted sleep and low back pain. I’m sure we’ve all been there. 

Here are 5 stretches/ exercises that you can do the next time you go camping to get a better night’s sleep and truly immerse yourself in all the outdoors have to offer: 

Camping under the stars is a cherished pastime for many. By integrating these five simple stretches and exercises into your camping routine, you can alleviate discomfort, improve sleep quality, and fully embrace the natural beauty that surrounds you. Remember, taking care of your body ensures that you can continue to explore and appreciate all that nature has to offer. For personalized guidance or additional tips, don’t hesitate to reach out to a Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy clinic near you.

Happy trails and happy camping!

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