Lumbopelvic pain is condition of pain in the lumbar and/or sacro-iliac area and pelvic girdle, the most common diagnosis among women in pregnancy.
Approximately, over half of all pregnant women and one-quarter of postpartum women are reported to experience lumbopelvic pain, according to statistic.
In a randomized controlled trial with 60 pregnant women (age range, 14-40 years) reported lumbopelvic pain at 12 to 32 weeks of gestation conducted from June 2009 to June 2011, divided in to yoga and postural orientation group, researchers at the Universidade Estadual de Campinas found that after 10 weeks, the median pain score is lower in the median pain score yoga group in compared to postural orientation group and pregnant women in the yoga group also experience intensified pain reduction gradually during 10 yoga sessions.
Truly, yoga mindfulness in induced stress reduction relaxed the central nervous system in response to stress hormone production through activated hormone prostaglandins PE2 and initiated nitric oxide synthase in over expression of nitrous oxide in induced lumbopelvic pain through promoted muscle constriction in the infected region.
The reduction of nervous tension also modulated and normalized the steady increased production of hormone estrogen, progesterone and relaxin depending to months of gestation to facilitate the health of the mother and growth of the fetus.
Deficiency of above hormones are found in pregnant women with severed state of lumbopelvic pain.
Additionally, the relaxed central nervous system not only reduced production of stress hormones but also normalized production of melatonin and dopamine in controlling sleep regulation.
The relaxation and meditation of yoga also connected and balanced the mind and body, by bringing back the presence of unfavorable experience of previous pain and fear avoidance beliefs..... while letting them go or dealing them in a positive ways, thus improving the emotional and cognitive health.
Researchers after adjusting to other co founders, suggested that
*Yoga intervention expressed a lower incidences of prenatal disorders (p ≤ 0.05), and small gestational age (p < 0.05), lower levels of pain and stress
*. Yoga group showed an higher score of relationship
*. Yoga may be considered as a safe therapy used for pregnant women who are depressed, at high-risk, or experienced lumbopelvic pain
Dr. Gutke A, the led author said," (Although, there were no specific adverse events were reported for any intervention, but limited evidences), caution should prevail in choosing other interventions for pregnancy-related lumbopelvic pain".
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(1) Treatment of pregnancy-related lumbar and pelvic girdle pain by the yoga method: a randomized controlled study by Martins RF1, Pinto e Silva JL.(PubMed)
(2) Treatments for pregnancy-related lumbopelvic pain: a systematic review of physiotherapy modalities by Gutke A1,2, Betten C3, Degerskär K4, Pousette S5, Olsén MF1,6.(PubMed)
(3) Effects of yoga intervention during pregnancy: a review for current status by Jiang Q1, Wu Z2, Zhou L1, Dunlop J3, Chen P1.(PubMed)