Exercise is important for our body to function effectively. The more regular and varied the exercise, the better it is for your body.
However, not all exercise is suited for hormonal imbalances. Walking, for example, is great for general well-being but will not have a direct effect on improving your symptoms.
Exercise can be used for general well-being to improve circulation, digestive and lymph function, energy production, and helps to release stress.
One of the main benefits of exercise is increased blood flow and lymphatic drainage. If the exercise is general, then the effect is general. But what if we know where we want to increase circulation and lymph flow?
Then, we can develop a set of exercises to target a specific area, i.e., the pelvic region actively. If we can send blood to the pelvic region in an intensive manner, then the tissues get flooded with healing oxygen. And where blood enters, it must exit, thus carrying away waste products and toxins released from the tissues as a result of the targeted exercise.
With increased blood flow also comes better circulation of hormones. In combination with the balancing of the endocrine system and hormone levels from Happy Hormones, the increase in circulation allows for hormone levels to enter and leave the pelvic region efficiently.
With poor circulation and stagnation, hormone levels can accumulate and have an overstimulating effect.
We often forget about our lymph system; however, the pelvic region is highly concentrated in lymph tissue. When the lymph becomes stagnant and doesn't flow properly, toxins accumulate, and hormones cannot escape as well.
Mobilising lymph is critical in the healing process. The end result is a better tone for the pelvic muscles, increased circulation to encourage healing, and a smooth-flowing lymph system to drain toxins, leaving a healthy and happy pelvic region.
The Happy Hormones Plyocentric exercises should be completed 1 to 2 times per day for the maximum effect.
Depending on your level of fitness, start at 10 of each exercise, building up to 20 once you're used to the intensity of the movements, and can manage the fitness required.
We have created a complimentary video with the help of Yogini Oho to help you get started; however, once you know the steps, you can happily perform them anywhere.