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ROLE OF YOGA IN PRIMARY

@inproceedings{Ekta2014ROLEOY,
  title={ROLE OF YOGA IN PRIMARY},
  author={Ekta and S. Kamalesh and Mahapatra Dass Kousik and Badhuri Tapas},
  year={2014}
}
Primary dysmenorrhoea is the most common gynecologic disorder among female adolescents with a prevalence of 60 % 93 %. Several studies have shown that adolescent with primary dysmenorrhoea report that it effects their academic performance, social and sports activities and is cause for school absenteeism. Anxiety, Depression, inactivity, nulliparity these are the conditions associated with the primary dysmenorrhoea. Symptomatic treatment is given but it has the adverse effect on the body. To… 

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