The 10 Smartest Things You Can Do for Your Body This Summer
's secrets for staying happy, sharp, and healthy
Illustration: Eleftheria Alexandri
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Hang Upside Down
Assuming you're not pregnant and don't have high blood pressure, heart disease, brain or eye issues, fractures, or spinal injuries, "it can improve blood flow to certain areas," says Bark. "It can also be good for your spine and neck with the gravitational pull from your head helping open up the disk space." Not a bad idea to check with your doctor first, to see if this activity is right for you.