For anyone struggling with PCOS, the first bit of advice is to exercise regularly. There are lots of general exercises that work well for PCOS, right from weight training to aerobic exercises. And there are specific exercises for PCOS, such as specific yoga asanas and other exercises that promote hormonal health (remember: PCOS is a hormonal disorder.) The Aviva Method is one such exercise that’s proven to be effective for many women with PCOS.
The Aviva Method is a completely natural method, which consists of several exercises. It was developed by Aviva Steiner from Israel. It includes 18 basic exercises that are known to strengthen and stimulate the inner and outer muscles of the lower abdominal area. All the exercises under the Aviva Method are a result of decades of research. Practising these exercises on a regular basis provides several benefits, including:
PCOS is a hormonal disorder that interferes with the reproductive system. This makes the Aviva Method an excellent choice for PCOS.
The Aviva method offers a natural, medication-free solution for improving fertility and regularizing periods. In addition to PCOS, the Aviva method works for a range of other female health issues, including:
The Aviva method offers hope for men too. It includes a separate set of exercises designed specifically for men to address conditions like:
The AVIVA method can be practiced by adults in general, women and men, regardless of age. However, there are a few conditions in which it is not recommended. Also, it takes some amount of practice to master the exercise sequences under the Aviva Method. Therefore, it is recommended to learn these exercises only under the supervision of qualified trainers. You will find qualified Aviva trainers all over the world. You can also learn about the Aviva method online. There are several trainers, like me, who can help you get trained on these exercises. All you need is a webcam and a reliable internet connection.
Just like all holistic methods of treatment for PCOS, the Aviva method works well if it is complemented with changes to diet and lifestyle. But if you follow the exercise regimen regularly, you can conquer PCOS and lead a normal life.