Medicana Sivas Hospital Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Nadir Cömert said that women doing light sports during menstruation will alleviate the cramps experienced.
Medicana Sivas Hospital Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Nadir Cömert stated that many women lost their energy and enthusiasm to do sports during their menstrual period, and in fact, light sports would alleviate cramps and relax women. Cömert said, “You should prefer to do your regular sports at a more moderate intensity rather than hinder your exercise for a week. Too much exercise can also cause the menstrual period to be disrupted or disrupted. Moderate intensity exercise can relieve cramps and reduce swelling. Physical activity also increases blood circulation, reducing menstrual headaches. Another benefit of physical activity is the secretion of hormones such as endorphins that make you feel good. Regular 30 minutes of exercise a day helps to reduce cramps, swelling, mood swings and other symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. said.
Make your menstrual period intense
Generous, expressing that menstrual yoga can be done, saying, “Exercises such as yoga plates focus on breathing and relaxation techniques that can reduce stress and tension, increase blood and oxygen circulation in the body, and calm the nervous system. It also helps you focus on emotions and express your needs and feelings better. Stretching movements targeting the abdomen relax the uterine muscles. You can lift lighter weights with fewer repetitions during your period. Aim to exercise all major muscle groups such as arms, legs, back, abdomen and hips. If you feel tired or weak, take frequent breaks ”.