Yoga Can Banish Your Cramps, Bloat, and Fatigue

Here’s some amazing news for all the ladies who struggle with a painful period each month. All those pain relievers for the pain you are enduring your period isn’t good on the liver. Why not try something natural? There are some moves that will heal some of the issues you deal with when your dreadful period comes. Some of the issues are bloating, fatigue, and cramps. yogaaa Cramps Malasana – The Yoga Squat Malasana will gently stretch the lower back and the pelvic floor. This will assist in alleviating painful menstrual cramps, as well as soothes your belly. Try For Yourself: Start by standing with your feet hip-width apart, or even wider. Turn your toes so they are facing outwards, on a diagonal. Be sure that your knees are also facing the same direction that your toes are. Squat while you are going all the way down. If your ankles feel uncomfortable, or if your heels are not completely flat on the floor, you may roll up your yoga mat under the heel of your feet. Now, bring your hands into a position that you would as if you were praying. Use your elbows to press your inner thighs outward gently.   Bloat Seated Spinal Twist Yoga Move This yoga move will assist with water retention and digestion. Try it For Yourself: Start in a sitting position and cross your legs. Extend your right leg and bend it. Cross the right leg over the left leg, and then put your right foot onto the floor. On inhalation, extend your left arm over your head. As you exhale, twist your torso towards the right while hooking your arm towards the outside of your right leg. During each inhalation, lengthen the spine. During each exhalation, twist yourself deeper.   Fatigue Savasana – The Corpse Pose This yoga move will help calm down the central nervous system. It can also help reduce the fatigue, pain, and headaches. Try it For Yourself: Lie on your back in a comfortable position on your yoga mat. You also can place a rolled-up blanket or bolster under your knees for lower back support. Go ahead and close your eyes and take breaths that are deep and slow. Be sure to exhale through your nose. Lower Back Pain Child’s Pose With Wide Knees This yoga pose will assist in gently stretching the hips and lower back region. It will also help aches and minor pains. Try it For Yourself: While you are kneeling, separate your knees as wide as possible, but be sure you are still comfortable. Now, fold the torso between your legs. Be sure to rest your chest on the floor or mat. Now, stretch out the arms in front of you with your palms facing downwards. You can also bring your arms to the side of you with your palms facing up, if that works better for you.   Source: Self    

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