Gynecology & Obstetrics

Gynecology & Obstetrics
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0932


Effects of the 8 Weeks' Aerobics Exercises on Non-Athlete Girls Showing a Symptom of the Premenstrual Syndrome

Muntaha Virk*, Aleena Tahir, Hala-Binte Shahid and Ayesha Habib

Background: Premenstrual syndrome is the medical condition which is the combination of physical, psychological and behavioral changes in the late secretory phase of the regular menstrual cycle and interferes with relationships or activities of an individual which occurs just before the menses.

Aim and Objectives: To determine the effectiveness of 8 weeks’ aerobic exercise non-athlete girls showing PMS symptoms. To investigate the coping strategies of PMS

Procedure: Apparatus and techniques which we used for the detection and revelation of PMS symptoms were a premenstrual symptoms screening tool for adolescent PSST while the symptoms of pain were accessed and identified using a visual analog scale. Various females were considered and requested to practice aerobic exercises such as walking, jumping, jogging, hamstring quadriceps stretching for 8 weeks.

Result: Outcome of the commencement of aerobic exercise was positive as it was clearly visualize-able and relatable that the discrimination in the symptoms of PMS in pre-exercise and post-exercise faces were significantly distinct. Aerobic exercise diminished the effect of psychological and physical symptoms, hence can be used as a treatment to cure and minimize PMS symptoms.

Conclusion: The finalized verdict of overall research and practical implementation of tests and procedures lead us to conclude although PMS symptoms are frequently detected in the majority of the female, yet aerobic exercises such as walking, jogging, running, stretching of quadriceps and hamstrings proved as a fruitful.

Published Date: 2019-06-26; Received Date: 2019-04-06