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5 Yoga poses to treat Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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PCOS: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition in which the ovaries produce an abnormal amount of androgens, male sex hormones that are usually present in women in small amounts. The name polycystic ovary syndrome describes the numerous small cysts (fluid-filled sacs) that form in the ovaries.

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So, we have brought to you some of the Yoga Poses for Irregular Period which will help you to deal with the irregular periods and also relieve you from menstrual cramping.

# Adho Mukha Svanasana

This is the best pose to stretch up the whole body. Famously known as Downward Facing Dog Pose. It is also one of the poses in the sun salutation. It helps to tone your core, strengthen your bones, and also improve the blood flow to the brain. Adho Mukha Svanasana improves your body posture and strengthens your arms.

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How to perform:

– Place your arms and feet on the mat
– Lift your buttocks up, your face facing downwards
– Your hands and legs are straight
– You can feel stretch on your calf muscles
– Stay in the position for one minute.

# Ustrasana for Irregular Period

Also known as camel pose, it is a great exercise to relieve you from irregular periods and menstrual pain. This pose strengthens the back and shoulder and helps to open up the chest. Camel pose is also famous to improve posture and increase flexibility.

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How to perform:

– Kneel on the mat and place your hands on the hips
– Make sure knees and shoulders are in the same line
– Inhale and bend backward
– Arch back and touch your ankle with your hand
– Your hands should be straight, and neck should be relaxed
– Be in the position for 30-60 seconds.

# Dhanurasana for Irregular Period

With the name, we can understand that it is also called Bow Pose. This pose is very effective to cure delayed periods and PCOS. It helps in the proper functioning of the reproductive organs and also relieves constipation and other stomach disorder. Bothered about belly fat? Don’t worry this pose is effective even in reducing belly fat.

How to perform:

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– Start by lying on your stomach
– Bend your legs from the knees
– Stretch your arms backward
– Try to hold your ankle with your hand
– Your body weight will be supported by your stomach
– Stay in the position for about 20 seconds.

# Matsyasana

Also known as Fish Pose, this asana is considered modern yoga. It helps to relieve the tension from the neck and shoulder, strengthens your upper back, and also tones your abdominals and front of your neck.

How to perform:

– Lie flat on your back, make sure the legs are together and your hands are beside your body.
– Now place your palms under your hips, palms will be facing down
– Bring your legs together in the lotus position
– Slowly go backwards, such that your back makes an arch
– Your head touching the floor
– Your head should not have weight
– Hold the position and breathe normally
– Come back to the original position.

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# Baddha Konasana

We all know this pose as Butterfly poses or Throne poses. This asana helps to improve the flexibility of the inner thighs. It makes the body more flexible around the hips and groins. The pose is very effective to soothe menstrual discomfort and any digestion discomfort.

How to perform:

– Sit properly on the yoga mat
– Now bring both your foot together
– Hold the feet tightly with your hands
– Start flapping your thighs up and down
– Make sure your back is straight.

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