3.Do some exercise or yoga
Exercising helps strengthen the muscles and bones and maintain overall health.
A study shows that exercising for 150 minutes per week with moderate intensity reduces the risk of heart disease. It can be accomplished by exercising for 30 minutes, five days per week.
On the other hand, yoga involves controlled inhaling, holding, and exhaling breaths along with the asanas (postures). It helps to acquire physical fitness and mental calmness.
You can improve your menstrual flow with the right kind of exercise and yoga asanas.
4. Maintain your sleep cycle
Sleep is the best way to heal your body. It allows the body a chance to recover from any stress. It depends on person to person how much sleep they need according to their body type. But, sleeping for 6 to 8 hours is mandatory for everyone. Do not waste your time scrolling your Instagram or youtube at night and try to sleep between 9 pm to 11 pm. As a result, you will help you to get undisturbed sleep at night, which in return will help you to balance your hormonal levels.
5. Abhyanga every day
Abhyanga in Ayurveda means to massage your body with medicated oil. You can massage yourself with warm mahanarayna oil for 10 to 15 minutes half an hour before the bath. If you do not have this oil, you can even use sesame oil for this purpose.
As per Ayurveda, massaging your body with oil every day nourishes the body tissues, maintains a good physique, delays aging, relieves tiredness, and improves skin tone. It also balances Vata dosha, which in return helps to manage scanty periods.
Try out these five easy healthy habits in your routine, and you will see good results soon. But, still do not forget to visit your gynecologist for better guidance.