Yoga Poses That Help You To Get Rid Of Period Pains

Want to get rid of Period Pain? These Yoga Poses will definitely help you to get relief from Period Pains

There is no disputing the discomfort associated with the time of the month, if you have period pains, you might want to spend the entire day lying on the sofa until they go away. And while doing that is totally acceptable, mild exercise like yoga could actually help ease your period cramps.

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Reasons for Menstruation Cramps or Period Pains:-

  • If you have a history of smoking or if you are smoking during or before/after your periods.
  • Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD)
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
  • If you are having a family history of painful periods or we can say ‘Genetic’.
  • Heavy bleeding during the menstruation cycle or Periods
  • Irregular Periods
  • If you are unable to become pregnant or plan your family.
  • Entered the age of Puberty or if your Menstruation happens in the early stage.

Not all women experience painful menstrual cramps. It is common for many women to have mild pain during their periods. Menstrual cramps can be treated at home with a variety of methods.

  • Use a heating pad on your pelvic area and back
  • Take a warm bath.
  • Eat light and nutritious meals.
  • Take vitamins and supplements.
  • To prevent bloating, reduce intake of caffeine, salt alcohol, and sugar.
  • Massage Abdomen
  • Do regular physical exercise.
  • Practice different Yogas.

The five yoga poses listed below can be done to relieve menstrual cramps or period pain:-

Yoga has several positive effects. Like It always said, yoga not only helps with physical therapy but also with mental and spiritual health. Therefore, it is not surprising that yoga can aid in reducing the discomfort associated with periods or menstruation, which affects every woman every month. Menstrual Cramps and period discomfort can both be eased with the help of this Yoga practice.

Child Pose or Balasana

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  • Relax your body
  • Sit in the kneeling position
  • Bring the forehead to the floor
  • Take back and join your palms facing upwards towards the ceiling and be in the position for at least 40-50 seconds.
  • Relax the arms alongside the body.

Downward Facing Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Shvanasana

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  • Take a pose of a table on your knees and palms
  • Inhale and lift your hips up by straightening your knees and elbow to form an inverted V
  • Take care that hands and feet should be parallel to each other
  • Your inner arms should touch the ears.
  • Be in the position, inhale and exhale and look at your navel.
  • Take a breath out, squat, and then resume the table pose.

Cat–Cow Pose or Chakravakasana

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  • Be in a table pose with hands and legs in neutral spine.
  • Inhale and be in the same cow pose.
  • By lifting sit bones upward, press your chest forward and sink your belly.
  • Lift your head by relaxing your shoulders away from your ears.
  • As you exhale, assume the cat stance, extend your spine, and bring your pubic bone forward.
  • Release your head towards the floor and relax your self.

Corpse Pose or Savasana

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  • Lying on your back with legs and arms open at 45 degrees.
  • Put your eyes closed and inhale deeply. Allow your body to feel relaxed, and soft with each breath.
  • Embrace a deeper level of relaxation throughout your body.
  • Stay in the same position for at least five to fifteen minutes.
  • To complete the Savasana, deepen your breath, and stretch your whole body.
  • For coming into the normal position, inhale and come into the seating position.

Pigeon Pose or Eka Pada Rajakapotasana

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  • Sit in a normal position then make a table pose.
  • Fold your right leg and take the left leg back by facing the palm towards the floor.
  • Adjust yourself until you are comfortable.
  • The left leg which is behind your back, fold it and hold it with the left hand.
  • Slowly bring back your right hand towards your left leg.
  • With both hands, hold your left leg.
  • Stretch your body and be in the position for some time.
  • Return to your starting place after completing the opposite side. .

You also need to take care of your food in addition to the Yoga poses and everyday exercise. Always eat three meals every day, consume meals with protein and calcium, and avoid fast food and caffeine around your period whenever possible.

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