In the 21st century, the interest in hormonal disorders has been rapidly increasing. These are the women of all ages, whose medical problems range from menstrual problems, mood swings, anxiety, fatigue, and insomnia, to infertility, uterine fibroids, obesity, hot flashes, heart diseases, and osteoporosis, all of which are rooted in an hormonal imbalance.
The conventional Western medicine has very little to offer to restore hormonal balance and delay the ageing process.
However, by using yoga asanas, pranayama or breathing techniques, and meditation, women’s hormonal balance can be restored, thus promoting her overall health and graceful ageing.
Inspired by my own, and the experiences of my clients, I have done the research and recently wrote a report with the topic Yoga for Women’s Hormonal Balance. It was submitted and positively evaluated by the SVYASA Yoga University, Bangalore.
The beautiful host of this interview:
Desirée Domacassé, Orthomoleculair Therapeut
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