عنوان مقاله [English]
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is one of the most common problems in women of reproductive age. About 80 percent of women experience moderate mood and body changes during premenstrual periods. Physical activity is one of the most suitable methods for the treatment of premenstrual syndrome. If exercises can be used to treat or reduce the severity of premenstrual syndrome, because of the simple, low risk and low cost of exercise, and the lack of specific human facilities, exercise will be cost-effective, while medications will have fewer side effects. Does not have long-term control.
This study was a comparative study conducted on 400 students. 200 physical education students were randomly selected and 200 non-physical education students were selected class- randomly. A two-part questionnaire was used to collect data. The first part refers to individual information, and the second part shows the presence of premenstrual syndrome. Data were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics of Chi-square, Fisher-mantel Haenszel.
The proportion of premenstrual syndrome in physical education students was lower than that of non-physical education students.
There was a meaningful relationship between the ratio of affliction to PMS and age (p<0/008).academic semester (p<0/00001) and record of sports exercise (p=0/00047) among physical education students. In order words, among this class of students, the ratio of affliction diminishes with the increase in terms, age and semester.