If you have irregular periods, try yoga for PCOS, which will not only provide relief but will also help regulate your menstrual problems.
Supta Baddha Konasana and Baddha Konasana (both dynamic and static)
Baddha Konasana, also known as the Bound Angle Pose, Butterfly Pose, or Cobbler’s Pose, stretches the hip muscles to their deepest point. It stimulates the abdominal organs, alleviates cramps, and boosts circulation. Supta Baddha Konasana, also known as the Reclined Goddess Pose or the Reclined Cobbler’s Pose, stretches the inner thighs, knees, and groyne while also relieving stress and menstrual symptoms.
Chakki Chalansana (dynamic)
This is also referred to as the Mill Churning pose. It strengthens the abdominal organs and improves the function of the reproductive organs.
Asana Bharadvajasana (Torso Stretch Pose)
A soft seated twist of the abdomen and spine is required for this asana. It improves posture, and flexibility, and relieves hip tension.
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
This is a back-bending pose that appears in steps 8 and 20 of the traditional Surya Namaskar sequence. It is a gentle backbend performed face-down that warms and strengthens the spine while opening up the chest.
Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
It is dubbed the “destroyer of all diseases.” This asana is beneficial for increasing energy, alleviating anxiety, and opening the heart. It stretches and stimulates the stomach and throat organs.
Navasana (Boat Pose)
Navasana (Boat Pose) is a seated yoga asana that requires core strength to maintain a “V” shape in the body. It improves concentration, stamina, and balance, in addition to physical benefits.
Pavanamuktasana (Wind-Relieving Pose)
This is a healing pose that helps release gas from the abdomen while massaging the entire back and spine. It is also beneficial to the health of the stomach.
Breathing in the abdomen
It concentrates on expanding the lungs as much as possible, which expands the abdomen and rib cage and causes a lot of internal movement. Abdominal breathing promotes relaxation, stress reduction, increased stretching efficiency, and increased body awareness.
Anuloma viloma (Alternate nostril breathing)
Anuloma viloma is a type of controlled breathing (pranayama) used in yoga practice. It has numerous physical and psychological advantages, such as stress reduction and improved breathing and circulation.
Savasana (Corpse Pose)
The goal of Savasana is to learn to simply be, thus calming our hearts and minds. It is an excellent method for combating anxiety and promoting internal and external relaxation. Savasana can be done in a variety of ways, including focusing on the breath or following a guided meditation.
By practising these asanas on a regular basis, women can de-stress and facilitate detoxification of their bodies, which can ultimately help eliminate and manage PCOS.