We all know it, when red days are here, that also means pain and the PMS to make it even hard to think of, but worry no more. This video by Yoga With Adriene will help you with your lady troubles.
Every woman is unique. Totally different from one another. We even differ with regards to our monthly menstruation. But there’s one thing that absolutely make us the same– menstruation, which occurs when we shed linings of our uterus. Alongside with the remedies to it is easy yoga.
Easy Yoga To Relieve Menstrual Cramps and PMS [VIDEO]
Say Goodbye to Ladies’ Monthly Trouble
Instead of getting into pain relievers and cravings, doing easy yoga will be the relief. Only us, women know what we go through during periods. The pain, the cramps, the headache, the discomfort and not to forget the PMS.
Moreover, the sequence in this video will help you to listen to your body and support it the natural way with yoga. It delivers your body two vital benefits as follows:
1. Calms The Nervous System
These are a total dismay during this time of the month and sometimes affects productivity, even our relationship towards others.
2. Chills The Energetic Body
While many of us, women resort to taking pills to stop all of the menstrual issues, it might not always work. We can try easy yoga and good thing is, it’s not really hard to do. We can do yoga basic and easy poses in a short period of time and the comfort it provides will help brighten up our day.
Watch the full video below as Adriene helps you with your lady trouble the natural way:
I hope you find it interesting and you try it for yourself to experience the difference. Also, take note, Yoga is one of the natural ways to relieve menstrual cramps and PMS. What’s more interesting and good news is that we do not need yoga experience prior to doing this practice and we can also do it anytime we feel to do so or whenever we experience menstrual cramps and PMS.
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Originally posted on March 14, 2018 @ 11:16 AM