Is it good to exercise during my menstrual period?

Is it good to exercise during my menstrual period?

Is it good to exercise during my menstrual period?

Physical activity has become one of the most recommended options to promote a much healthier lifestyle.

For women especially, these types of activities bring great benefits, as they can significantly influence everything related to the menstrual period.

If you're on your period, exercising is probably the last thing on your mind. We don't blame you!

There are many myths about the negative impact that exercise can cause during this period.

Believe it or not, exercising during your menstrual period is actually beneficial.

Join me in the following post to learn more about the reasons why you should exercise during this cycle.

Reasons why you should exercise during your menstrual period

During the menstrual cycle, every woman experiences multiple changes; one of them is the excess of prostaglandin. This is responsible for causing contraction of the uterus and thus generating intense pelvic pain. On many occasions, this prevents women from being able to carry out their daily activities in a normal way, which is why physical activity is recommended to minimize and control these signs.

Exercising during your menstrual period…

1.     It helps to significantly reduce pain and inflammation

When you exercise, your brain releases endorphins. These neurotransmitters are able to significantly reduce the perception of pain. It is also able to significantly reduce inflammation which is produced during the menstrual period.

2.     It helps you control mood swings

Mood swings are undoubtedly one of the main premenstrual symptoms, even these can last until the last day of your cycle.

Exercise is by excellence, one of the most effective techniques to deal with all mood alterations.

While it is true, physical activity as mentioned above is able to stimulate the release of endorphins, which are also responsible for transmitting emotions such as joy, happiness, and pleasure.

3.     It helps improve blood flow

When you exercise, each of these movements causes the blood circulation in your body to be activated immediately, so this can greatly help your pelvic pain, caused by your menstrual cycle, to disappear quickly.


Exercising during your menstrual cycle should not put any stress on your body, or cause additional pain and disrupt your menstrual cycle. On the contrary, this activity should be a positive thing for your body.


While it is true, high-impact exercises or prolonged exercise routines can harm your body when you have your period, but this does not mean that you cannot do them. You just have to reduce them a little and lower the intensity of them.

In case you feel sick or feel more tired than usual, immediately stop doing the exercises and rest. If symptoms continue, stop completely. Listen to your body, it is trying to tell you something.

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