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How To Reduce Period Pain

posted in Health & Fitness
05/10/2015
  • I have suffered from severe period pain from my first ever period! I have been to the doctors etc.. but nothing worked. So I have some solutions for the ladies that are in my position. Enjoy!
    I have suffered from severe period pain from my first ever period! I have been to the doctors etc.. but nothing worked. So I have some solutions for the ladies that are in my position. Enjoy!
  • EXCERISE! Sound impossible when you have a rough day, especially on the first couple of days but it really does work. Your body is pumping more blood; this helps to release endorphins to counteract the prostaglandins and reduce your cramps.
    EXCERISE! Sound impossible when you have a rough day, especially on the first couple of days but it really does work. Your body is pumping more blood; this helps to release endorphins to counteract the prostaglandins and reduce your cramps.
  • Apply Heat! I always use a hot water bottle because you can keep reusing but there are heat pads that can bought (sometimes for £1 for 4) in any supermarket. Heat helps to relax the contracting muscles in your uterus, which is the cause for your pain.
    Apply Heat! I always use a hot water bottle because you can keep reusing but there are heat pads that can bought (sometimes for £1 for 4) in any supermarket. Heat helps to relax the contracting muscles in your uterus, which is the cause for your pain.
  • Ginger! I don't like raw ginger so my solution is...A ginger nut biscuit. Dunk these into a nice hot cup of tea, while it rests on your stomach.Ginger helps to lower your levels of pain causing prostaglandins and makes you feel better from the menstrual cramps. It also helps to calm your stomach.
    Ginger! I don't like raw ginger so my solution is...A ginger nut biscuit. Dunk these into a nice hot cup of tea, while it rests on your stomach.Ginger helps to lower your levels of pain causing prostaglandins and makes you feel better from the menstrual cramps. It also helps to calm your stomach.
  • Stay away from anything ice cold! When I'm on my period, I'm always dehydrated. But... the cold causes your stomach to tense which causes PAIN!
    Stay away from anything ice cold! When I'm on my period, I'm always dehydrated. But... the cold causes your stomach to tense which causes PAIN!

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