Yoga

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Yoga is a comprehensive approach to all-around health, but it can specifically impact hormonal levels in the body, according to numerous studies. For a woman suffering from adenomyosis, yoga is an excellent opportunity to detoxify the body, regulate hormone levels, and eliminate stress – even for just an hour or two. Yoga has proven to impact both the body and mind, making it highly valuable as a natural remedy. In the treatment of adenomyosis, the impact of yoga can include reduced pain in the abdomen, lighter periods, and lowered inflammation of the uterine wall.

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