Effects Of Resistance Exercise On Lipid Profile And Body Mass Index In Women With Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome
Effects Of Resistance Exercise On Women With Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome
Keywords:Body mass index, Lipid profile, Poly cystic ovary syndrome, Resistance exercise
Poly cystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common disorders in women at reproductive age. It is commonly associated with infertility, increase in body weight changing in lipid profile and other hormonal levels. Different type of resistance exercise therapy reduces the symptoms of PCOS so physical activity is consider first line therapy for PCOS. Resistance exercises help to reduce total body weight, it helps to regulate the menstrual cycle. Women with PCOS have high levels of TC, TG, LDL, NON-HDL, and low level of HDL but resistance training help to normalize the ranges of lipid profile and reduce BMI. Objective: To determine the effects of resistance exercise on lipid profile and BMI in patient with PCOS and improvement in lipid profile and BMI in women with PCOS. Methods: It was a quasi-experimental study. Total sample of 28 women with PCOS and abnormal ranges of lipid profile was taken. This study was conducted for 12 weeks. Before starting the resistance training, we took lipid profile lab test and BMI values then after completing the resistance training of 12 weeks again took lipid profile lab test and BMI of patients. Results: Findings revealed that there is significance difference in values of lipid profile and BMI before and after resistance therapy. Lipid profile and BMI reading showed p<0.05 when compared both reading by using Wilcoxon rank test. The p value of all variables is <0.05 so we can say that resistance exercise help to reducing total cholesterol, low density lipoprotein, triglycerides, non-high-density lipoprotein, and BMI and increase the high-density lipoprotein. Conclusion: This study concludes that there is significance difference in lipid profile and BMI in women with PCOS after taking 12 weeks of resistance therapy.
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