So, “these days” came again spasms, swelling and, of course, discharge. Menstruation is a serious matter, and while some women experience only mild irritation, others can claim the title of Great Martyrs for the experienced menstrual pains. We know how to get rid of PMS and relieve pain during menstruation without pills! Here is
Irregular menstruation and painful "days" haunt many women. And if you can calculate the menstrual cycle with the help of an online ovulation calendar, then you will not cope with menstrual pains so easily. Here is what the author of the article and the experienced practitioner of yoga, Shirin Mehdi, writes about his experience in dealing with menstrual pain with yoga:
My youth has always been very painful since my youth. Every month for these few ill-fated days I was seized by an ocean of pain and spasms. I felt like a huge ball and suffered every secondbut not a single pill helped me. I was so exhausted by pain and nerves that it only became easier for me when I fell asleep. Over the years, the pain eased a little, and the medications started to work, but it was impossible to say that my menstruation went like clockwork.
In the end, I was advised to try yoga. And now not only the pains became tolerable, but the whole period of “critical days” is quite acceptable. Yes, I have pains, but I do not need pills, hormones do not jump - PMS does not overwhelm. Yoga helped me to take this part of me, allowed me to synchronize with my own body.
Yoga proves to be a very effective method of adjusting the regularity of menstruation, excessively heavy discharge, and also can alleviate cramps and pain during menstruation. Here is how it happens:
1. Adho Mukha Shvanasana (Pose of a Dog, Face Down)
2. Ushtrasana (Camel Pose)
3. Dhanurasana (Pose onion)
4. Malasana (Garland Pose)
5. Matsyasana (Pose fish)
Important note:Yoga is quite safe during menstruation, but if your instructor or doctor forbids you to do the exercises, follow the advice of specialists. In order to practice yoga and during menstruation, you must be far from a beginner - practice regularly. In addition, if menstruation is too painful or irregular, you should consult a doctor. There are good reasons not to ignore pain during ovulation. Yoga can go along with treatment, but not in its place, so in any case, consult a gynecologist before practicing asanas.
Girls! Do not be afraid of menstruation, because it is a part of yourself. Take it, and yoga will help you get rid of the pain during menstruation.