‘Regular exercise helps hot flashes under control’
Women during menopause regular exercise, would their hot flashes under control.
This is evident from a research that was published today in Menopause, the journal of the North American Menopause Society (NAMS).
Well-known symptoms of menopause are hot flashes and the inability to fall off. Also, the decrease in estrogen care for physical and mental health problems, making the quality of life in women in the menopause can take.
For the study, 234 menopausale women between 45 and 64 years were examined. The women, who have at least twelve months, little movement had been subject to a twenty-week training program. After the end of the program the participants are remarkably fitter and more flexible feel and a decrease in weight. In addition, the women with their hot flashes under control.
According to the researchers, the results of the study found to be positive for women in the menopause who are dismissive towards the use of hormones and are looking for safe, but effective options without the side effects.
“It is increasingly proven that an active lifestyle with regular exercise the health, quality of life and fitness in women in the menopause improves,” says dr. JoAnn Pinkerton, director of the NAMS.
“The results show that the women after the training have fewer problems with hot flashes, happier, and generally a lot better feel, while their health risks will decrease,” says Pinkerton.