Treadmill training helps with menstrual pain
Endurance training on the treadmill relieves pain during the Menstruation and can improve the quality of life significantly: According to a new study published in the journal Contemporary Clinical Trials, had, as a rule complaints in women that trained three times per week on the treadmill removed, after six months of 22 percent.
Women between the ages of 18 and 43 years, completed four weeks under the supervision of three times per week, endurance training, and continued it for half a year at home. After this time, you described that had increased their quality of life and the ability to work. In comparison to a control group that performed the usual way of Life, felt the pain of the women after four weeks, six percent less, as a rule, after a further six months, the menstrual pain had reduced by 22 per cent.
"Women with menstrual pain waive, often targeted to sports. When you’re in pain, exercise is often the last thing you want to do. This study has shown, however, that physical activity verringerte" the pain significantly;, Dr. Leica Claydon-Mueller, a lecturer at the Anglia Ruskin University in London says.
Dr. Priya Kannan of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University added: "The improvement in quality of life after seven months was remarkable." Kannan called the stamina training as "Pauschalangebot" for the treatment of pain, improvement of quality of life and improve the efficiency in everyday life.