daverupa wrote:Sometimes thinking will generate facial tension as though in preparation for speaking; so, limit words, and the ready potential to speak, and relax the jaw around the tongue. I have an old habit of gently resting the tip on the roof of the mouth at the front, where the palate transitions from hard to soft, because it limits saliva production. Anyway, I use this as an anchor to remind me to let the muscles of the head 'sag' off the gentle post of the spine.
This can also keep the shoulders down, but watch that you keep the lumbar spine curved - thinking about sagging can sometimes lead to slouch, which is swinging too far the other way, from tension to flop.
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