Posted on: 01.03.2022 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

July 23, 2004



The Pump

This exercise improves blood circulation through

the pelvis, thereby promoting healthier ovarian function. It helps

relieve menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and menopause-related

anxiety. It also strengthens the back and abdominal muscles.

  1. Lie down and press the small of your

    back into the floor. This allows you to use your abdominal muscles

    without straining your lower back.

  2. Keep your back flat on the floor and

    let the rest of your body remain relaxed.

  3. Slowly raise your right leg while breathing

    in. Make a conscious effort to move slowly. Imagine your leg is

    being pulled up smoothly by a spring.

  4. Hold for a few breaths.
  5. Lower your leg as you exhale.
  6. Repeat this exercise with your left leg.
  7. Repeat entire sequence, alternating legs,

    five to ten times.

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The Pump



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