Endometriosis Yoga: Natural Treatment

stephany By On 12/11/2020 at 10:56 comment 0

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Endometriosis is a gynecological disease in which the cells of the endometrium (the inner layer of the uterine wall) grow outside this layer, causing a number of serious consequences. Not all women understand the severity of this disease, ignoring the symptoms of the disease. But advanced endometriosis can cause a disease as terrible as infertility.





ENDOMETRIOSIS natural treatment

Traitement naturel contre endometriose

Here is the best natural remedy to cure endometriosis with plants. Combined with a suitable diet for endometriosis, this natural remedy can cure endometriosis quite easily and without side effects. It is specially designed for patients who do not want to have surgery because each operation involves a risk. It surpasses conventional treatments that relieve pain, but do not attack the root of the disease. How it works?
This natural remedy contains plants that reduce the level of estrogens in the blood. This helps block the proliferation and bleeding of endometriosis lesions. It will remove the pain you experience during menstruation and allow you to experience normal cycles.




How does yoga help treat endometriosis?

Whatever the cause of endometriosis, its onset can be a signal by which a woman's body tells her that her connection to her feminine nature is broken. If a woman becomes exhausted, constantly and regularly neglecting the emotional and spiritual side of her life, she is exposed to pelvic diseases. Permanent yoga classes can become a good support and help you connect with yourself and continue to support it constantly. Abdominal postures and any inverted postures during menstruation should be avoided.

Practice shows that after 2 months of regular yoga, the symptoms of endometriosis get weaker.




1. Deep abdominal breathing

Deep abdominal breathing
This breathing deeply restores the nervous system, helps to calm anxiety and reduce pain. It also increases blood flow to the organs to promote healing.

Execution technique:

  • Lie down in the savasana with your hands on your sides or with your hands on your stomach.
  • When you breathe in, fill your stomach with air to inflate like a balloon and, when you breathe out, release it.
  • After several breathing cycles, start filling not only the stomach, but also the chest and lungs, up to the collarbones, stimulating breathing forwards, backwards and to the sides of the body. Perform this exercise for 3-5 minutes.


2. Baby Balasana pose


The pose of the baby is the ideal pose to relax, not only in the yoga class, but also at the end of a difficult day.
Execution technique:

  • From a sitting position on the heels with an exhalation, "spread" the stomach and chest along the hips, the hands rest freely along the body. palm up.
  • The shoulders “sink” towards the ground, completely relaxed.
  • The forehead rests on the ground or in the support.
  • Eyes closed, breathing freely, deeply.
  • If the forehead does not touch the ground, place some sort of support underneath.
  • Stay in the asana for 2 minutes.


3. Butterfly pose


This pose reveals the hips, sides and back. It is known to relieve cramps, eliminate anxiety, relieve tension and can also help with exhaustion, dizziness and headaches / migraines.

Execution technique:

  • Lie on your back on the mat.
  • Gather your legs and spread your knees at a comfortable distance.
  • Put a roll or a pair of pillows under your body.
  • Stay in the asana for 6-8 minutes.


4. Malasana, or Garland Pose


  • Stimulates the lower back, the sacrum, the groin and the hips, stretching them well.
  • It accelerates the metabolism.
  • It activates the digestive system.
  • Improves posture.
  • Increases flexibility of ankles and knees.

Execution technique:

  • Take a deep squat while keeping your legs close together.
  • Spread your hips (slightly wider than the body).
  • Exhale and lean forward.
  • Hold your palms and press your elbows against the inside of your thighs.
  • Press the inner thighs against the side of the body.
  • Hold the pose for several seconds. The breathing is regular, calm.


5. Sphinx

This posture will help relieve pain in the pelvic area, providing easy compression of the lower abdomen and reproductive organs.

Execution technique:

  • Lie on your stomach, resting on your forearms with your elbows roughly under your shoulders.
  • Keep your head straight, your neck soft. Stay 2 minutes.


6. Shavasana


This “do nothing” pose is extremely restorative, ideal for when you are injured or tired (or even when you do not belong to these categories).

Execution technique:

  • Lie down with your legs and arms away from the body, possibly with a pillow or roller under the knees.
  • Try to calm the mind - when thoughts arise, try to let them go.
  • Stay in this position for 5-10 minutes.



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