Serum LDL levels and its variation during exercise in premenestrual syndrome
To study the effect of exercise on serum LDL levels during the leuteal phase of menstrual cycle in MBBS First year medical students suffering from Pre- Menestrual Syndrome. We had included 60 female non-pregnant medical students with regular menstrual cycles for atleast 6 months prior to the study by considering the symptoms that occur premenestrually which are recurrent with menses. We divided the medical students into two groups as Control group (n=30) without exercise and Case group (n=30) with exercise for 6 months. The serum LDL levels were analyzed by using auto analyzer in both the groups. The data was analyzed by using Students t-test with the help of Graph pad software. There was a significant decrease in serum LDL levels in case group when compared to control group with p value < 0.0001. Regular exercise as a part of life style modification will relieve premenstrual symptoms by altering intravascular enzyme activity resulting in decrease of serum LDL levels.
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