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Yoga Exercises for Menstrual Disorders

A menstrual disorder is an abnormal condition in a woman’s menstrual cycle. Painful cramps (dysmenorrhea-Dysmenorrhea (or dysmenorrhoea), cramps or painful menstruation, involves menstrual periods that are accompanied by either sharp, intermittent pain or dull, aching pain, usually in the pelvis or lower abdomen.) during menstruation. Primary dysmenorrhea is caused by menstruation itself. Secondary dysmenorrhea is triggered by another condition, such as endometriosis or uterine fibroids. Heavy bleeding (menorrhagia) includes prolonged menstrual periods or excessive bleeding.

Yoga is the effective exercise to cure irregular periods naturally. An irregular period is common in women. Yoga is the best medicine to cure problems like menstruation disorder, heavy blood flow and painful menstruation periods

Yoga means the union of the individual consciousness or soul with the Universal Consciousness or Spirit. Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India.

Some Yoga poses that will cure Irregular Periods and Menstrual pains.

Ushtrasana: –  Ushtrasana camel pose is an excellent yoga pose for a back problem, relaxing the mind, blood circulation, Reduce the fats on the stomach. It also gives strength to muscles.

Steps to follow:

  • Sit on knees and bend backward.
  • Hold right ankles or heel with a right hand and left ankle or heel with the left hand.
  • Now bend your neck and head backward as much as you can and push waist area slightly forward.
  • Breathing should be normal for 6 to 10 seconds in this position.
  • After 6 to 10 seconds return to the first position by bending forward. Release your hands from heels. This is your one round of Ushtra Asana. Repeat this for some more rounds.

Dhanurasana: – Dhanurasana, Bow Pose, or sometimes Urdva Chakrasana is an asana. Dhanurasana strengthens the back and the abdomen at the same time.Keeps you active and energetic.It helps improve upon stomach disorders.Bow Pose also helps in reducing fat around the belly area.It is beneficial specifically to women as it improves the reproductive system and helps improve menstrual disorders.

Steps to follow:

  • One should lie on the ground facing downwards.
  • Catch the ankles with the hands by bending the legs backward.
  • The body will resemble a bow when you bend the body by resting on the Abdomen with the spine arched.
  • This pose must be maintained for a few a seconds, and then come back to the starting position.

Malasana: – Malasana also known as the garland pose, the squat pose is an asana. Malasana is also called Upavesasana or Garland Pose. Benefits fo Malasana is Opens your hips and groin, Stretches your ankles, lower hamstrings, back and neck, Tones your abdominals, Aids in digestion, Strengthens your metabolism, Keeps your pelvic and hip joints healthy, Ideal for prenatal yoga.

Steps to follow:

  • Stand with your feet slightly wider than your hips.
  • Lower your hips towards the ground, turning your feet outward, so your toes and knees are pointing in the same direction.
  • Bring your hands in front of you in Anjali Mudra, (prayer pose) pushing your elbows against your legs.
  • Alternatively, you can place your hands on the floor in front of you.
  • Bring your Focus inwards, and feel that close connection to the Earth.

Matsyasana: – Matsyasana or Fish Pose is an asana. It is commonly considered a counter asana to Sarvangasana, or shoulder stand, specifically within the context of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Primary Series. benefits with Matsyasana are Stretches your deep hip flexors and intercostals (muscles between the ribs), Relieves tension in your neck, throat, and shoulders, Stretches and tones the front of your neck and your abdominals, Stretches and stimulates the organs of your belly and throat, Strengthens your upper back and the back of your neck, Relieves stress and irritation,  Improves posture, Therapeutic for rounded shoulders, asthma, spasms in the bronchial tubes, and other respiratory issues.

Steps to follow:

  1. Bend the right leg and keep the right foot on the left thigh.
  2. Bend the left leg and place it on the right thigh.
  3. With the help of your elbows lift the back, arch the back maximum and rest the crown on the ground.
  4. Hold the big toes with the hands.

Adho Mukha Svanasana: Adho Mukha Svanasana is most often performed as a part of Surya namaskars. Adho Mukha Svanasana leaves you feeling energized and rejuvenated. It calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression. It lengthens the spine and strengthens the muscles of the chest thereby increasing lung capacity.

Steps to follow:

  1. Form a table such that your back forms the table top and your hands and feet form the legs of the table.
  2. As you breathe out to lift the hips up, straightening the knees and elbows, form an inverted V-shape with the body.
  3. Hands are shoulder width apart, feet are hip width apart and parallel to each other. Toes point straight ahead.
  4. Press your hands into the ground. Widen through the shoulder blades. Keep the neck lengthened by touching the ears to the inner arms.
  5. Hold the downward dog pose and take long deep breaths. Look towards the navel.
  6. Exhale. Bend the knees, return to table pose. Relax.

(Take necessary precaution while you do all the above asanas, as it will be different for beginners and experienced, they may be harmful to your body if you don’t take necessary precautions.)

In the following video, you can see some more yoga tip for menstrual disorders

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