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Dr. Veena Ajay Patil*, Dr. Dhanashri Hemantrao Zadbuke and Dr. Priyanka Dilip Sankpal


Menopause is a stage which is present in every woman’s life. Menopause simply means stoppage of menses. Clinically natural menopause is diagnosed retrospectively after twelve consecutive months of amenorrhea. It nearly appears above age of forty-five to fifty years. Going through this stage, she experiences many health problems such as osteoporosis, emotional changes, hot flashes etc. During this stage her health is badly affected. Menopausal symptoms not only affect the physical health but also mental and family health. Hormonal level in her body get imbalanced. In India, women are not aware about menopausal symptoms. In modern treatment, hormonal replacement therapy is used. It suppresses the menopausal symptoms but many study shown that it causes many serious health problems to women. Hence, we have to find natural therapy for it. Yoga improves health, give mental and physical strength. Yoga can reduce anxiety distress, blood pressure, fatigue and increases pain tolerance level. Thus, Yoga also beneficial in menopausal symptoms. Yoga can be used as non-hormonal therapy. So, it can’t develop any health related hazards and along with it maintain physical and mental health of women. Yoga includes Aasana, Pranayama (control breathing) and Dhyana(meditation). Yogic postures can relax the nervous system and improve hormonal fluctuations. Therefore, the aim ‘Role of yoga in menopausal symptoms’ of this paper is to aware all women about ‘Yoga’ which is done during menopausal age to reduce its symptoms and protect her welfare and enjoy her menopausal life happily.

Keywords: Menopause, Yoga, Asana, Pranayama, Dhyana.

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