London: According to the information given by a research, practicing Yoga may enhance mood and lessen the pain in women affected by menstrual disorders related with psychological and physical symptoms.
As per the findings published in a journal, enhanced mood, reduced pain, increased well being, and a heightened relaxation response were among the improved outcomes reported by women who participated in a yoga intervention.
A range of yoga interventions were used and some studies used a combination of Asana, Pranayama, and other yogic relaxation or meditation techniques.
All of the studies evaluated reported a beneficial effect and reduced symptoms.
“All included studies reported some change in their outcome measures, suggesting reduced symptoms of menstrual distress following a yoga intervention,” the study said.