Often do waist yoga to bid farewell to gynecological diseases

Often do waist yoga to bid farewell to gynecological diseases. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the waist is the place of kidneys, and the waist and blood stasis of women are smooth and smooth.

It is recommended that women do more waist yoga exercises in their daily lives.

Gong Han and pelvic inflammatory disease are common diseases in women. Backache is an important manifestation. Therefore, female friends should do good daily health care, stay away from the disease, and stay away from backache.

The following old Chinese medicine introduces waist yoga to women, which can ensure the operation of uterine qi and blood and is beneficial to pelvic health.


Turn around and turn your legs up, slightly wider than your shoulders, hands on hips, and mix your breath.

With the waist as the central axis, 胯 first make a horizontal rotation movement in the clockwise direction, and then make the same rotation in the counterclockwise direction. The speed is from slow to fast and the rotation range is small to large.
Pay attention to keep your upper body almost upright.


Alternately thump both legs to stand up, shoulder width, shoulders slightly bent, arms hang down naturally, half-fist in both hands.

Turn waist left and then right.

In fact, the arms naturally swing back and forth with the left and right rotation of the waist, and with the power of swinging, the hands alternately hit the lower back and lower abdomen.


Climb your feet with your hands upright and relax, your legs can be slightly separated, your arms raised first, then your body will lean back, trying to reach the maximum degree of leaning back.

Stop for a while, then bend your body forward, move your hands down, let your hands touch your feet, stop again, and then return to your original position.

Can be done 10-15 times in a row.


The arch bridge is on the supine bed, with the legs flexed, with the feet, elbows and the back of the head as the fulcrum.

You can exercise 10-20 times each time.

Patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases should exercise caution in this action.