8 Ways to Relieve Period Cramps!! (Watch Video)

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Menstrual cramps are pains in a woman’s lower abdomen that occurs during her menstrual period begins (or just before) and may continue for 2 or 3 days. They may be trembling or aching and can be dull or sharp.The symptoms can range in severity from a mild annoyance to sever pain that interferes with normal activities. More than half women who menstruate report some pain form period cramps for a day or two each month. Menstrual cramps are also called dysmenorrhea, are usually not a sign of a serious health problem.

So to help from such period cramps here are 8 safe and effective ways:
1.Improve Your Diet
Low fat diet actually decreases all levels of inflammation in the body and helps in relieving cramps.

2.Take a safe painkiller
Everyone doesn’t wants to turn to medicine to soothe period cramps , but moderate use of medications can help overcome with period cramps.

3.Some Herbal Tea
Certain teas may help relieve menstrual cramps. Research on herbal teas for for menstrual pain relief is scarce,by some experts, but teas have been used traditionally and can help.

4.Fish oil and Vitamin B
Take fish oil as an supplements, Vitamin B, or both to calm cramps.

5.Acupuncture also help by relaxing the nervous system
Acupuncture helps in relaxing the nervous system which causes more robust blood flow to the internal organs. Acupuncture is also thought to have an anti-provocative effect.

6.Massage with oils for pain relief
Massage with certain aromatic essential oils such as lavender oil, clary sage oil, or marjoram oil can also relieve menstrual cramp pain.

7.Curl up with heating pad
Heating pad seems to work for getting relieve from period cramps just as effective as ibuprofen for period cramps.

Brisk walking, or any type of physical activity, can help to relieve your cramps. Any type of aerobic exercise, helps in reducing the cramps because your body will be pumping more blood which will helps to release endorphins to counteract the prostaglandins.

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