Easing Menopause Symptoms With Aerobics

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In a small research which included Finnish females, who had recently faced the menopause phase and those females who were stuck to their aerobics exercise programme for 6 months were less probable to report mood swings, night sweats and irritability than those females who did not exercise. The authors of the research say that their conclusions recommend that aerobics can serve as an option to the hormone replacement therapy for suppressing the symptoms of menopause. Says the professor of Penn State University that, “I would for sure suggest aerobics and other physical exercises. I feel that amongst all the other alternatives, this is possibly an excellent thing for the health as well the symptoms of aging.

In long years, just after the females enter the menopause, around 80% might face few or all of the specific symptoms which include the following:

  • Night sweats
  • Hot flashes
  • Headache
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Urinary problems and
  • Irritability

The therapy based on Estrogen can ease these symptoms; however the concerns about the health threats linked with the hormones have resulted in many females and their doctors to keep away from the treatment. It is true that not all studies have come to the conclusion, but many earlier works show that aerobics can help as well. A researcher from Finland along with her colleagues discovered that in an earlier study aerobics helped in diminishing the quantity of hot flashes which the females experienced. She says that she saw that exercises helped in diminishing not only one symptom but other symptoms also. The symptoms, which did not progress in the evaluation group, were headaches, depression and urinary problems.

Exercises can probably assist the females controlling their temperature better, for example relieving some of their hot flashes and night sweats.


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