Yoga for poly cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) patient of age 22 years.
Polycystic Ovarian Disease And Yoga
There are different types of yoga
poses for ovarian cysts which tend to develop in women. Some of the yoga poses for ovarian cyst are halasan; shoulder stand pose and the pawanmuktaasan pose which are all standing poses. Similarly , the sitting yoga poses that are known to be beneficial for ovarian cysts are the cow pose, lotus pose and the Ardmatsyendraasan. It has also been observed that the shavasana
or the corpse pose is also known to be beneficial in curing painful cysts. As part of the yoga treatment for ovarian cysts, one should also try and follow a satvik diet
as per the yoga rules which basically requires the individual to follow a very simple vegetarian diet plan while they are undergoing the treatment for ovarian cysts which helps in facilitating a quick cure . There are breathing exercises for ovarian cysts such as kapalbhati
pranayam, nostril breathing, and other related exercises
Submitted by A on October 12, 2011 at 12:14
I Am Looking For Yoga Diet Plans Of People With PCOS?
PCOS is a condition where multiple cysts develop on the ovaries. This is a condition that affects a large fraction of women who are post puberty and pre menopause. The condition leads to the improper functioning of the menstrual cycle. Irregular menstruation coupled with pain during menstruation and ovulation plague women who have PCOS.
It is important to differentiate between yoga and the diet of an individual. When speaking of yoga diet
plans one is actually speaking of an exercise plan and of a supporting diet plan. For PCOS, yoga must be performed without any inversions. It has been found that positions which involve the woman lying flat on the floor tend to help with cases of PCOS. The corpse position is therefore very useful to women with this condition. To add to this, women can also perform poses where their knees are either raised up or raised towards the chest.
Diet is of great importance for maintaining a healthy mind and body. A balanced, healthy diet will aid yoga as it works to balance the hormonal levels of the body. Most teachings suggest that a vegetarian diet with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetable be consumed. This diet should not include foods that ‘heat up’ the body such as mangoes.
Submitted by R J on July 18, 2011 at 06:18
Low Estrogen With Ovarian Cysts? Any yoga?
The ovaries are a pair of organs that release eggs for fertilization. During each alternate menstrual cycle one of the ovaries releases a mature egg. A number of women across the globe suffer from a condition where cysts develop on their ovaries. In most cases, these cysts are harmless in that they are non-cancerous. However, they do interfere with ovarian function. Women with ovarian cysts tend to have irregular menstrual cycles. Such women also tend to experience greater than normal pain during ovulation or during menstruation. Women with ovarian cysts tend to be less likely to conceive than women who do not have such cysts.
Yoga positions that involve inversions should be avoided by women who suffer from ovarian cysts. However, any pose that relaxes the breathing and relaxes the body should be practiced. The corpse pose is of great use to women with ovarian cysts, particularly if it is applied using deep breathing techniques. Women can also practice other lying down positions that include ones where the knees are raised to the chest. The pose where the legs are raised up with the use of a strap can also be applied to this condition. Any pose that opens and stretches the abdomen and chest can be applied as well.
Submitted by S C on July 18, 2011 at 06:15
I Was Operated For Ovarian Cyst. Now I Want To Conceive. Please Suggest Any Yoga.
Conception occurs when a mature egg comes into contact with sperm that manage to fertilize it. Many doctors believe conception to be complete only when the fertilized egg has implanted itself in the uterus wall to begin developing. When one has undergone surgery for ovarian cysts, it is important to consult with the doctor to check the condition of the ovaries after the surgery. This is to be done to ensure that the ovaries are actually functioning properly. If this is the case, one should focus on exercise through yoga to help improve the health of the body and the functioning of the reproductive system.
Yoga can help relax the body and improve the efficiency of the circulatory and respiratory systems. This can help to balance the body. Yoga can also help to work on a particular area of the body by stretching and compressing the tissues in that area. Most poses that involve lying on the floor tend to be good for women who suffer from ovarian issues. Women should avoid inversions at this stage. Poses that help to open the pelvic and abdominal cavities should be practiced along with standard yoga sequences such as the sun salutation sequence.
Submitted by s s on July 18, 2011 at 06:11
Yoga For Polycystic Ovarian Disease
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, more commonly known as PCOS, is a condition that results from an imbalance in a woman’s sex hormones. This could cause changes in the texture and appearance of the skin, the menstrual cycle as well as small cysts in the ovaries. Studies have shown that the condition will develop in about 5% to 10% of all women and is known to be the most common cause of infertility in women. Some of the other symptoms of the condition include weight gain, oily skin, dandruff and elevated blood pressure. Another very common cause of the development of the condition is a malfunction in the blood sugar control of the body.
With regards to treatment of the condition, some studies indicate that there is a link between cure of the condition and weight loss. This is primarily where Yoga can be of great benefit as one of the benefits of Yoga is the fact that it also aids in weight loss. Regular exercise and practicing of a wide range of Yoga asanas will help in not only improving the condition, but also in helping you attain a better balance between your physical as well as mental capabilities and levels. Meditation has significant benefits as it allows the body to tap into its energy resources to heal itself internally.
Submitted by V A on July 18, 2011 at 06:08
Yoga can help to minimize the development of ovarian cysts and other symptoms related to the polycystic ovary syndrome. Various outcomes of polycystic ovary syndrome such as infertility, increase weight, development of acne, and growth of facial hair and loss of hair on the scalp can be effectively control yoga. Although the polycystic ovary syndrome has its roots in genetics, external influences such as food habits, exercise patterns, stress management, lifestyle habits, and alternative form of treatments can have its positive effect on the disorder. The Polycystic ovarian is a common disorder arising from an endocrinal disorder affecting women in particular. Kayakalpa yoga has been researched and studied and has found favor with patients suffering from this particular disorder. The Kayakalpa yoga is a constitutional yoga exercise, practiced to determine and modulate the endocrinal glands in the body. Since, polycystic ovary syndrome is a disorder of the endocrine glands, this form of yogasana is relevant to patients experiencing the disorder.
Kayakalpa yoga is a regenerating method which keeps up the effectiveness of the body and also helps in extending the lifespan of the individual. Kayakalpa yoga helps in strengthening the nervous system by bringing about coordination between the mind, the central nervous system, and the autonomous nervous system. This form of coordination is known as toning. According to yogic principles, obstructions in the coordination cause dystonia, and it is this dystonia that is seen among patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. In such patients, that is an imbalance in the pituitary ovarian axis. With the help of Kayakalpa yoga, the coordination and toning up of these nerves takes place.
This form of yoga can be taught by a qualified Kayakalpa yoga instructor. It is an ancient technique developed up by the saints of South India aka siddhas. The aim of this form of yoga is to enhance the life energy flowing in the body. According to the science of Kayakalpa, there is an interrelation between the physical body, the mind, the bio magnetism in the body, the life energy or life force flowing in the body, and the vital fluids of the body. By practicing Kayakalpa one can activate mental ability to its fullest, while the physical body develops the immune system thus bringing down the intensity of chronic disorders. By intensifying the life force in the body, Kayakalpa brings about significant benefits in the physical mental and spiritual self. This form of yoga is dependent upon the asanas and different forms of techniques get help in restructuring the body in natural way, without the involvement of any form of medication or herbal intake.
Submitted by C D on July 25, 2008 at 05:25
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