Regular fitness classes during menopause is one of the most effective means to combat hot flashes and weight gain. Studies show that women who have regular stress, improve blood pressure and cardiovascular system, according to health info with reference to medikforum.ru.
Exercise may be the best way to combat unpleasant symptoms of menopause, a new study shows. The authors have shown that exercise is not only relieve the symptoms, but they are a safer alternative to pharmacological agents have severe side effects. Those suffering from symptoms of menopause women with great difficulty losing weight, it is particularly difficult to get rid of belly fat, they suffer from hot flashes and night sweats.
The researchers argue that exercise is so effective that it helps relieve the symptoms of menopause, even those women who traditionally lead a sedentary lifestyle.
The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Granada in Spain, who have seen more than 200 post-menopausal women aged 45 to 64 years. Some women have passed through the 20-week course of physical activity. We all then observed the positive change in the physical and mental health in both the short and long term. In particular, women could significantly improve the parameters of weight, blood pressure, total flexibility and the cardiovascular system.
Participants in the study were relatively modest, but significant changes in body mass index, and their hot flashes were effectively brought under control. This is very good news for women who for whatever reason can not go through hormone replacement therapy to combat the symptoms of menopause. Such representatives of the fair sex are seeking safer non-drug methods that could help them.