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The propose of this study was to investigate the effect 8 Weeks of aerobic training on the physical and psychological symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea. The subjects, 30 female, mean age, 22.86 ±4.56, height 160.10±8.80, weight 57.06±1.10 and the first age period 11.93±2.46 and volunteered to participate in the research said. Moss questionnaire to collect raw data subjects before training, one month, and two months to complete. Statistical analysis of data was performed by analysis of variance with repeated measures. The results showed that physical symptoms (p=0.002) and psychological symptoms (p=0.040) were significantly lower. According to the research findings can be concluded that eight weeks aerobic exercise reduces sympathetic activity and increases blood flow to the uterus and increase the secretion of endorphins, physical and psychological symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea is lowered.
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Author(s): Nategheh Dehghanzadeh Ebrahim Khoshnam and Asghar Nikseresht
Primary Dysmenorrhea, Aerobic Training