Yoga and Exercise

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Many people think that natural remedies all consist of foods, spices and unique nutrients, but the way you treat your body can also have an impact on its internal functions. Yoga and exercise are both excellent remedies for dysmenorrhea, as these activities can detoxify your body, rejuvenate your organ systems, improve your metabolism, and rebalance hormone levels. If you commonly suffer from menstrual cramps, yoga and other forms of exercise should be added to your daily or weekly health regiment; a trained yogi can help guide you to some of the best positions for relieving the pain of dysmenorrhea. Protection Status
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