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3 Yoga Asanas That Ease PCOS Symptoms

PCOS is caused by an imbalance in the three doshas (Kapha, Pitta and Vata) along with an imbalance in Meda, Rasa, and Arthava dhatus (the fat, plasma and reproductive bodily tissues). Personalized Ayurvedic treatment and medicines along with yoga can help ease the symptoms associated with PCOS.

Chakki Chalanasana (The Mill Churning Pose):

This asana massages the uterus and ovaries, increases blood supply to these organs and helps regulate the menstrual cycle.

How to do the asana:

  • Start sitting with your legs as far apart as possible.

  • Lock your fingers together and hold them out in front of you, in line with your shoulders.

  • Inhaling, extend your arms towards your right leg.

  • Exhaling, go backwards on your left side.

  • Repeat on each side 5-10 times.

Balasana (The Child Pose):

This asana gently massages the pelvic organs while also balancing the Pitta. It relaxes the central nervous system, eases lower back pain, regulates menstrual cramps, and brings about a feeling of calm.

How to do the asana:

  • Start on your hands and knees.

  • Press the feet together, keeping the knees separated.

  • Sit back on your heels, with your legs folded beneath you.

  • Place the forehead on the floor.

  • Place your arms along the side of your body.

  • Hold for as 30 seconds to 1 minute.

Setu Bandha Asana (The Bridge Pose):

It strengthens the core and pelvic muscle and supports your endocrine system, thereby boosting the production of the female hormone. It also helps balance the Kapha.

How to do the asana:

  • Start by lying on the ground.

  • Bend your knees (with your knees positioned directly above your feet), keeping your feet flat on the ground.

  • Place your arms beside your sides, palms facing the floor.

  • Pressing your palms into the ground, lift your hips up.

  • Hold for 8 breaths before relaxing. Repeat 6-10 times.

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