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Menstrual Cramps (Period Pains) : 6 Home Remedies

Menstrual Cramps or Period pain is every woman’s fear during menstruation. It is not always possible to get that amount of rest. Sometimes we do have to set out for work. It is important to cure it before it becomes an obstacle.

Here are 6 Home Remedies for Menstrual Cramps

  1. Get Moving –

It might sound funny to many, but yes having a nice brisk walk during menstruation is advisable. Keeping your body active helps reduce the pain. The more you are active and in shape, the less is the pain.

  1. Heat It Up –

Having a nice hot water bath can soothe the pain. It helps open the vessels and improves blood flow. Hot water bag placed under the abdomen can also help reduce the pain.

  1. Cut the Caffeine –

It is very much advised by experts to reduce the intake of caffeine while menstruating. Avoid sodas, energy drinks and chocolates with caffeine content. It can restrict blood flow in the vessels, leading to pain.

  1. Stretch with Yoga –

There are certain yoga poses that help reduce the pain. Stretching your body in correct pose relieves pain.

  1. Try acupuncture –

Certain acupuncture points are thought to regulate blood flow. It helps relax the nervous system. It also helps calm muscular contractions. Acupuncture also helps get a better sleep and improves digestion.

  1. Tea Trick –

It is advisable to consume Raspberry tea as the herb helps reduce the bloating in the stomach.

There are many other simple ways through which you can reduce the pain.

Avoid wearing tight and body fit clothes during menstruation as it can trigger discomfort in the abdomen. We often crave to eat spicy food and junk food at such time, but it would be better if we avoid it as it can increase the heat in the body. Instead of such junks, we can just munch on some dry fruits which provides nice amount of magnesium and calcium. These easy remedies can surely help reduce the menstrual cramps and pain.

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