Myth: Exercising during your period damages the uterus
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Myth: Exercising during your period damages the uterus

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Being on your period is already a bit of a downer, but exercise does provide some relief. However, can it cause damage to your body? We’re getting the facts checked.

Multiple studies and women use light activities such as walking, jump rope and light yoga help them relieve cramps with the increase of dopamine in the body that makes us feel good. 

However, if exercising doesn’t make you feel better, you can avoid it till your period is over. Listen to your body and do what makes it happy.

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