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Published on August 24th, 2015 | by Mike

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How To Avoid Mirena Weight Gain

For some women, avoiding mirena weight gain is not easy. When most women start using it, they notice many changes in their bodies during the first few months especially being bloated all the time and gaining much weight.

Weight gain is one of the commonest side effects of mirena use and losing this weight can prove to be much of a challenge especially for women without enough time to go to the gym. Luckily, there are many things you can do to lose weight right at the comfort of your home. The following are some of the best ways to lose weight gained due to mirena use.

1. Hula-Hoop

Swinging the hula-hoop is one of the best ways of preventing mirena weight gain. All you need to do is take some circle hoops and start swinging. The best thing about the hula-hoop is that it is so much fun that you do not even feel like you are working out.

Since hula hooping requires constant pull and push contractions in the core muscles of the sides of the waist as well as the abs, this provides a remarkable way to resculpt and reshape all right places in the body.

2. Detoxification

Detoxification programs typically involve eating clean foods. Once you apply a detox program in your daily routine, you will realize that it helps you lose weight and have a stronger, healthier body. Detox programs really do work and help you eat the right foods when you are doing all your workout routines.

3. Console Workouts

Console workouts are great since they let you have fun while losing weight. Besides weight loss, console workouts have the additional benefit of being much fun doing them. They also come with extra accessories to enhance the weight loss.

4. Zumba

Zumba is an effective way to help you get rid of excess weight since it forces you to sweat more and drink more water. You do not even have to enroll for Zumba classes since you can do it right from the comfort of your home. You can buy DVDs that provide effective Zumba workouts that really do not even feel like workouts since they are quite enjoyable and fun.

5. Jump Rope

Jumping rope is an effective workout for those that do not have enough time to go to the gym. It is also a fun workout that helps get rid of mirena weight gain. This workout is great for increasing your cardiovascular fitness thus improving your ability to perform daily tasks effectively.

6. Rollerblading

This is an exciting form of exercise that helps get rid of excess weight. Its benefit is undeniable. It will help not only with your weight loss but also with boosting your energy levels. Rollerblading is a fun activity that helps you burn calories in a short period.

7. Jogging/Running

Jogging/ running are effective ways for virtually anyone to lose weight. They have to be some of the top ways of getting rid of excess weight. To get the most out of them ensure that you keep both arms close to your body so that they sway slightly while you are running.

8. Cycling

Cycling is quite a challenging yet effective way of getting rid of excess weight. It is quite effective since it burns more calories faster than any other method. It also helps to improve health by burning calories and increasing the heart rate.

In conclusion, this article has been a discussion about the most effective ways to prevent mirena weight gain. The eight methods discussed here should provide much fun while you shed those excess pounds. If you have not done so already, start using the methods discussed here to lose excess weight.


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3 Responses to How To Avoid Mirena Weight Gain

  1. Joanna says:

    We nee to sit and chat.A mirena user here too. Pill made me pyhsco, cannot have depo as didn’t work for my mother, not getting anything with needles anyway so no implanon. Condoms, lets face it, when you’re in a committed relationship (or, err not) you can feel them. Even the “invisible” ones. And if i wanted to have sex with rubber i’d use a dildo. So mirena was my only choice. I waited for my period to return post baby, 6 months later it still hadn’t (thank you breastfeeding!) and Mr Black was getting pushy by then for me to get it, so i just went in and got it. I bled for 6 months straight, and regular-heavy, non of this light spotting crap they promised. It was awful. I was gearing up to get it pulled out come the 7th month when it stopped and i thought ok, now i will give this a go. Periods every 6 weeks from then onwards, light-regular and usually only 3 days. I cramp like a bitch. Holy hell! I never got much period pain but this wakes me from my sleep! And i PMS like crazy also. Something i NEVER had before either. But right now, a year and a half after insertion, i haven’t had my period since February. Liking that. It’s really my only option, i refuse to go on the pill again, and i had given a few different types a whirl, so it sorta leaves me in the lurch. They won’t give Mr Black the snip, not when he’s only 26. And i want more kids anyway so i’m not keen on pushing permanent measures.

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