July 25, 2023

Home Exercises for Perimenopause

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Staying active can help maintain your general health and control the symptoms of perimenopause. Sometimes It is not always possible or desirable to join a gym or take fitness classes. However, there are many efficient at-home exercises that can be added into your daily routine. Here are some activities you need to try:

3 Types of Home Exercises

1. Walking or Jogging

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Walking or jogging is a terrific low-impact activity that may be done both inside and outside your home. It helps strengthen your muscles, elevate mood, and improve your cardiovascular health. On most days of the week, try to get in at least 30 minutes of brisk walking or jogging.

2. Bodyweight workouts

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Bodyweight workouts are easy to do and have great results for muscular growth and strength. These workouts don’t require any special equipment and can be performed anywhere. Squats and push-ups are two examples you can do at home. They are both simple and easy to do, but can greatly improve your health.

3. Pilates or Yoga

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Both Pilates and yoga are great exercises for developing core stability, flexibility, and strength. They also encourage relaxation and stress reduction. There are numerous websites, apps, and videos that provide instructional yoga or pilate lessons ideal for beginners.

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Written by Karen Manalac

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