Say Goodbye To Period Cramps! Four Ways to Reduce Pain during Menstrual Circle


By Wambui Pauline

Period cramps, or menstrual cramps, are one of the most commonly reported side-effects of women’s monthly menstruation cycle. They can cause intense pain and frustration. Some women experience such terrible pain from their period cramps that they get nausea and vomit.

Signs of period cramps includes:

  • Aching pain in abdomen
  • Sharp pressure in your lower abdomen
  • Pain in the following areas: inner thighs, lower back, and hips
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loose stool

 

The first choice for many women is common anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen or acetaminophen drugs to help reduce the pain. Unfortunately, NSAIDs can cause intestinal damage in the long-term, and the active ingredient acetaminophen can cause severe liver damage.

The Over-the-Counter period relief medications present similar risks with side effects like:

  • Increase In The Thickness of Lung Secretions
  • Drowsiness
  • Irritation of Stomach or Intestines
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Abnormal Liver Function Tests
  • Nervousness

This is why health-savvy consumers are avoiding these nasty side-effects and flocking to natural remedies.

Now, the period cycle is completely natural, but that doesn’t mean you have no options! Here are four simple measures you need to consider to curb cramps.

 

  1. Exercise

It is recommended to work out during this period. Outline some of the exercises that will relieve you from pain. Exercises help in the release of beta-endorphins that make you comfortable. It is common to feel bloated when attending. Reducing salt intake before that time will ease the work of the kidney when it comes to flushing out waste materials.

  1. Avoid tight clothes

Always dress for comfort during this time. Avoid wearing too tight clothes because they will cause you more harm than good. The tight clothes will hurt your stomach by compressing it further. Leave your belly alone if you want to be comfortable during this time.

  1. Eat carrots

Carrots are not only recommended for eye health but also regulation of your menstrual cycle.  It can be good to take a glass of carrot juice during the cramps period.

  1. Avoid caffeine and meat

Meat and caffeine tend to increase pain during menstruation.  You should minimize or totally stay away from caffeine and meat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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