Menstrual cycles are the painful affair for any young girl or women. During periods, most of the women suffer from bloating, cramping, headaches, nausea, fatigue, dizziness, and constipation. Women also have to put up with the continuous abdominal and pelvic pain which sometimes spreads on lower back and thigh areas. Not anymore! I will introduce you to some of the recommended Yoga asanas for menstrual cramps that will help you ease the pain during those tough days of the month.
Black Cumin also popularly known as Nigella Sativa has been used for medicinal purpose for over 3,300 years. This magical seed has a dark color, thin crescent shaped and is a part of the buttercup family. The mention of Black Cumin was reported to be found while excavating Egyptian Pharoah Tutankhamun’s tomb. The health benefits of black cumin seeds is not something new to the mankind.
Let’s just face one simple fact, we can’t be religious to our workout session. It’s really tough to get out the bed and take out time from our fast paced life to do workouts. On weekends, we find many excuses not to take a visit to the long-forgotten gym. These so called excuses come back at you when the dress you purchased a few months back refuse to fit on your body. We all hate one body part which shows our fat deposit shamelessly especially, our lower belly pooch that can only be eliminated through regular Ab exercises performed on a daily basis.
The chilly winters are finally over where you moan out of pain just to get out of bed forgetting about the new resolution you have made about being healthy or lose weight. Well, now is the time when you can do all that as the spring time is here with warm air and plenty of sunshine. The whole weather is such a delight that you feel positive no matter what you do. Also, this is a great way to escape from your hectic schedule to enjoy the nature’s beauty by adapting to a regular springtime walk.
When you think about strength training exercise, the first place that comes in your mind is the gym and heavy weights. But, most of the exercises you do in a gym are difficult and often leads to injury. While lifting weights can pump up your muscles for sure, it won’t give you the strength to balance your body weight, which can only be achieved by practicing Yoga. Yes, if practiced well and regularly, Yoga for strength training is highly effective.
This statement might look false at start but Yoga is a practice where you have to lift your own body weight. With Yoga poses you can actually strengthen all the muscles as it stretches and strengthens muscles of your whole body that protects you from getting any injury from day-to-day activities like bending, lifting, standing up, sitting down or walking.