The Effects on Menstrual Pain of Aerobic Exercise into the Energy Expenditure

Oh Sang Duk
2011 Exercise Science  
Oh, S. D. The Effects on Menstrual Pain of Aerobic Exercise into the Energy Expenditure. Exercise Science. 20(4): 417-424, 2011. Exercise treatment as a method of caring has a dysmenorrheal is on the rise in order to minimize the side effects, and it is reported that an exercise of moderate intensity gives positive effects and lessen the degree of induction of pain. This survey would look into moderate intensity and amount of exercise to provide fundamental materials for the development of an
more » ... development of an effective exercise treatment, and influences of how treadmill walking exercise according to energy expenditure affects to the causing factors of dysmenorrheal and menstrual pain by presenting an exercise treatment for a period of long time to women in her twenties has a primary dysmenorrheal as subjects of investigation. Select university female students in their twenties got over 70 points and 5 cm through VAS (Visual Analogue Scale) questionnaire. Select 50 students among them understood the object and accepted to the participation of the survey. The results through the method (aerobic exercise; VO2max 50%, energy expenditure; 200 kcal, 400 kcal of survey are as follow. VAS (Visual Analogue Scale, Dysmenorrhea Point) was reduced as exercise period prolong. VAS doesn't show significant difference in energy expenditure and to have significant difference in exercise period (Visual Analogue Scale; p<.01, Dysmenorrhea Point; p<.001). PGE2, PGF2 , TXB α 2 was increased as exercise period prolong. PGE2 doesn't show significant difference in energy expenditure and to have significant difference of exercise period (p<.001) and interaction (p<.01). PGF2 doesn't show significant difference in energy α expenditure and to have significant difference of exercise period (p<.01). TXB2 doesn't show significant difference in energy expenditure and to have significant difference of exercise period (p<.001).
doi:10.15857/ksep.2011.20.4.417 fatcat:5hfjoou45bbm7kdgag7gpg6ub4