Amenorrhoea is the absence of periods. This is a normal occurrence in girls before puberty, during pregnancy, breast-feeding and following the menopause.

A.Yogic Solution:
* Padmasana               – Lotus Posture
* Paschimotanasana    – Posterior Stretching Posture
* Bhujangasana           – Serpent Posture
* Shalabhasana            – Locust Posture
* Dhanurasana             – Bow Posture
* Sarvangasana            – Shoulder Stand Posture
* Halasana                    – Plough Posture

a. Padmasana – Lotus Posture

1. Sthiti for the sitting Posture: Sit on the floor with straight legs, heels together, palms pressing on the ground by the side of the hips with the erect spine.
2. Bend the right leg at the knee joint, hold the right foot with the hands and place at the groin or root of the left thigh. In the same way, place the left foot on the right groin with turned up soles.
3. Let the heels of the legs be in contact with the abdomen.
4. Sit erect with the stretched out arms on the respective sides with bent forefingers and thumbs touching each other.
5. Deep breathing for 5 times with closed eyes.
6. Return to the normal position in reverse manner and repeat the same with the opposite side.

b. Paschimotanasana – Posterior Stretching Posture

1. Sthiti for the sitting posture.
2. Raise both arms above the head touching the ears, palms facing forward while inhaling.
3. Exhale slowly and bend the chest/trunk forward.
4. Try to hold the toes with both hands, forehead touching the knees without bending it.
5. Normal breathing for few seconds.
6.Come to Sthiti in reverse manner.

c. Bhujangasana -Serpent Posture

1. Sthiti for the Prone Position: Lie flat on the floor face downwards, legs together, chin touching the ground, hands by the sides of the body and soles facing up.
2. Place the palms by the sides of the chest, hands bent at the elbows.
3. While inhaling raise the head and then the upper part of the chest slowly till the navel portion. Keep the part below navel straight touching the ground.
4. Bend the spine backwards very slowly holding the head high.
5. Maintain the posture for few seconds.
6. Slowly exhale while coming back to the original position or Sthiti.

d. Shalabhasana – Locust Posture

1. Sthiti for the Prone Position: Lie flat on the floor face downwards, legs together, chin touching the ground, hands by the sides of the body and soles facing up.
2. Place the fist under the thighs.
3. Raise the legs up together from the waist without bending the knees while inhaling.
4. Maintain the posture for sometime.
5. Slowly come back to the normal position while exhaling.

e. Dhanurasana – Bow Posture

1. Sthiti for the Prone Posture: Lie flat on the floor face downwards, legs together, chin touching the ground, hands by the sides of the body and soles facing up.
2. Fold the legs slowly by bending knees.
3. Breath slowly in normal way while holding the feet by hands.
4. Arch the back to assume the shape of bow, elbows unbent and looking up while inhaling.
5. Maintain the posture for sometime.
6. Slowly come back to the normal position while exhaling.
7. 3 normal breathing and repeat the procedure for 5 times.

f. Sarvangasana – Shoulder Stand Posture

1. Sthiti for the Supine Posture- Lie down on your back touching the ground and stretching the arms above the head.
2. Raise the legs together slowly till it makes an angle about 45 degree, then 90 degree to the ground while inhaling.
3. With the support of the arms and the elbows slowly raise the buttocks and the trunk without lifting the head, chin touching the notch of the neck.
4. Maintain the posture for sometime.
5. Slowly come back to the normal position while exhaling.

g. Halasana – Plough Posture

1. Sthiti for the Supine Posture- Lie down on your back touching the ground and stretching the arms above the head.
2. Raise the legs together slowly till it makes an angle about 45 degree, then 90 degree to the ground while inhaling.
3. With the support of the arms and the elbows slowly raise the buttocks and the                                 trunk without lifting the head, chin touching the notch of the neck.
4. Stretch the legs further so that the feet touches the ground. and hands in the direction opposite to the legs.
5. Maintain the posture for sometime.
6. Slowly come back to the normal position while exhaling.

B. Pranayama :

* Nadi Shudhi Pranayama  -Purification of Nerves through Breathing
* Sitkari Pranayama           – Breathing Exercise with Folded Tongue
* Shitali Pranayama           – Breathing Exercise with Beak-Tongue
* Ujjayi Pranayama            – Breathing Exercise with fully Expanded Lungs.

a. Nadi Shudhi Pranayama – Purification of Nerves

1. Sit erect in Padmasana – Lotus Posture  or any other meditative posture. Complete exhalation.
2. Close the right nostril with the thumb of the right hand and inhale slowly and deeply for a longer duration.
3. Release the right nostril  and close the  left with the little and ring fingers of the right hand  and breath out through the right nostril.
4. Same procedure has to be repeated by breathing in through the right nostril and out through the left to complete one cycle of  Nadi Shudhi Pranayama.
5. One can  perform it   for minimum 9 times.

b. Sitkari Pranayama – Breathing Exercise with Folded Tongue

1. Sit erect in Padmasana – Lotus Posture  or any other meditative posture. Complete exhalation from both the nostrils.
2. Roll the tongue backwards in such a way that its tip touches the hard palate with narrow opening on either side.
3. Now suck  the air in through the side openings of the tongue making a hissing sound. Then retain the breath as long as possible.
4. Ultimately exhale the breath through both the nostrils slowly.
5. Normal Breathing.
6. Repeat the same.

c. Shitali Pranayama – Breathing Exercise with Beak-Tongue

1. Sit erect in Padmasana – Lotus Posture  or any other meditative posture. Complete exhalation from both the nostrils.
2. Protrude the tongue partially with curled up edges to form a long narrow tube resembling the beak of the bird.
3. Now suck  the air in through the  opening of the  curled tongue making a hissing sound [ssssssi]. Then retain the breath as long as possible.
4. Ultimately exhale the breath through both the nostrils slowly.
5. Normal Breathing.
6. Repeat the same.

d. Ujjayi Pranayama – Breathing Exercise with fully Expanded Lungs.