Friday, 9 June 2017

Regular Walking, (The Easy Way for age 50 plus to Diseases Free of Age 100+) improves vasomotor menopausal symptoms

Kyle J. Norton(Scholar, Master of Nutrients), all right reserved.
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Regular physical activity has long been found to associate to the prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and other chronic diseases but guide lines to support older women in engagement in regular physical activity (PA) to reduce some climacteric symptoms and improve the quality of life are lacking.

Menopause is the defined as a condition in which a woman is in the transition stage of permanent cessation of the ovaries functions in egg production because of less production of estrogen and progesterone, signalling the end of the reproductive phrase a woman's life. In menopause, menstruation has become irregular and slowly stop overtime, but in some women, menstrual flow comes to a sudden halt.

According to the SUM, study, 60-minute exercise session including walking, showed a statistically significant higher QoL such as vitality and mental health(1), through improvement of menopausal symptoms

Dr. Daley A and research team at the University of Birmingham said," Evidence was insufficient to show whether exercise is an effective treatment for vasomotor menopausal symptoms."(2) and "Exercise was not as effective as HRT" (3).

Indeed, in a pool of women who had participated in a 1-year intervention study, Kupperman index total score expressed the improvement of climacteric symptoms in women who participated in physical functioning(4)(5). Dr. Fontvieille A and research also added, "exercise and phytoestrogen may interfere in the improvement of climacteric symptoms in the long term"(4).

In a twenty-four symptomatic middle-aged women (M age=50.4; SD=4.9)who completed fitness, body tuand hormonal status screening, and reported on daily HFs using an electronic PDA device across one menstrual cycle or for 30 days (if postmenopausal), Dr. Elavsky S and research team at the The Pennsylvania State University said" Perceived control over HFs was the variable that most consistently differentiated between women for whom more PA was associated with fewer HFs as compared to those for whom more PA was associated with more HFs"(6) and " ...women with lower fitness levels, more daily moderate PA leads to more self-reported symptoms"(6).

Unfortunately, in an Average adherence to frequency of walking of 71.6% of the expected walks in multiple regression revealed that frequency of walking may only improve sleep in menopausal status(7).

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(1) Twelve-week exercise training and the quality of life in menopausal women - clinical trial by DÄ…browska J1, DÄ…browska-Galas M2, Rutkowska M1, Michalski BA3.
(2) Exercise for vasomotor menopausal symptoms. by Daley A1, Stokes-Lampard H, Thomas A, MacArthur C.
(3) Exercise for vasomotor menopausal symptoms by Daley A1, MacArthur C, Mutrie N, Stokes-Lampard H.
(4) Long-term exercise training and soy isoflavones to improve quality of life and climacteric symptoms BY Fontvieille A1,2, Dionne IJ1,2, Riesco E1,2.
(5) Effect of exercise combined with phytoestrogens on quality of life in postmenopausal women BY Riesco E1, Choquette S, Audet M, Tessier D, Dionne IJ.
(6) Daily physical activity and menopausal hot flashes: applying a novel within-person approach to demonstrate individual differences by Elavsky S1, Molenaar PC, Gold CH, Williams NI, Aronson KR.
(7) Menopausal status, moderate-intensity walking, and symptoms in midlife women by Wilbur J1, Miller AM, McDevitt J, Wang E, Miller J.

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