My son absolutely loves being inverted. It’s the perfect way for him to reset and calm down. So just what are the benefits of being upside down or inverting the head?
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Marcia Hawley Bakemeyer, OTR says
I used to spend ages hanging inverted as a child. Felt SO good to do!
Chuck Habing says
Enjoyed this article. Made me think of things I had not before about hanging upside down. I used to do this a lot as a kid and still like to from time to time as a 55 year old man. It is fun and it helps to stretch our my back. There is just something neat about hanging upside down.
So interesting. My 9 year old has SPD and his favorite way to read is laying on my bed with his upper half of his body hanging off and his head resting on the floor.