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Try These Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Pain Caused During Periods

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Try These Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Pain Caused During Periods
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Eeewww.. when I think of or hear the word menstrual cycle, it just becomes impossible to not have the flashbacks of the unbearable days full of pain. Living those bad days of the month are more painful when I'm able to do nothing but cry about it. I try to keep lying in bed, and when that doesn't help, I take painkillers. And, every woman in the world has to survive these days every month.
But, what if I told you that the following hacks (even home remedies) are super-easy and also will take your mind off for a while from all that pain caused due to cramps. Shall we browse through all 15 of them?

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Drink more water

Drink more water

Drinking too much water is quite helpful in avoiding bloating during menstrual days. And, try and drink mildly boiled water as it helps in fastening the blood circulation and relaxing the cramped muscles. When the bad days come, try and maintain your water consumption to 8-10 glasses of water a day.

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Calcium intake

Calcium intake
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Try to consume as much calcium as you can. It will be helpful in reducing cramps.

Nutritious food

Nutritious food
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Avoid fast foods and try to have more green vegetables, dry fruit juices, fish, eggs, cinnamon, ginger which contain proper vitamins and nutrition. Practice eating fruits with natural sugars, like strawberries.

Avoid junk

Avoid junk
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Avoid junk foods full of fat, grains, and carbonated beverages. Foods of the kind increase bloating and make you unwell.

Caffeine

Caffeine
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Caffeine helps you in relieving stress and tension, also some part in minimising your cramps. Remember, don't consume too much, tea can be an alternative (controlled) because it also dehydrates you.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D
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Consuming those food items abundant with vitamin D can help reduce your pain from menstrual cramps. You can relish salmon and tuna with some orange juice. Even soy milk, cereals, cheese and egg yolk, can be considered.

Light exercises

Light exercises
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Start doing yoga before your periods start, continue with moderate intensity cardio and choose those exercises which target abs which are cramping. You can further intensify these exercises to feel more relieved.
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Heating bag

Heating bag
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It doesn't matter if it's an electronic one or a hot water bag, but putting it on the lower abdominal area will ease you from your pains within minutes.

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Hot shower

Hot shower
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We know it takes a lot of effort to first boil water and pour it in a bag or find that electronic belt. Don't worry, you can even take a hot water bath. Though, it won't help much with the pain yet relax your body with the pain arising from cramps.

Banana leaves

Banana leaves
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We're not asking you to eat those raw, especially in those days you wouldn't want to torture yourself. So, before periods hit you, cook banana leaves in olive oil and mix them with curd. It will come in handy for the cramps you suffer from.

Papaya with banana

Papaya with banana
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Can't deal with all the cooking, keep it easy then. Eat papaya and banana to regulate and ease the blood flow.

Some massage time

Some massage time
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Arrange the following: almond oil, lavender oil, cypress oil, and peppermint oil. Mix all of those and get a rejuvenating feel after applying the resultant oil to the abdominal area.

Parsley juice

Parsley juice
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You can even go for a mixed juice of cucumber, carrot, beetroot, and parsley for better blood circulation. It will even help you in reducing the problem of irregular periods.

You can even eat some carrots throughout the day or sip carrot juice when required.

Mint water

Mint water
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Dip some peppermint/wintergreen leaves in water for 10-15 minutes, after straining it you can sip it throughout the day. You can even refrigerate it if you want, chilled or not, it will help you relax your abdominal muscles. 

Turmeric milk

Turmeric milk
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Lastly, turmeric helps improve the hormonal imbalance and bring the menstrual cycle in order. A quarter spoon of turmeric with lukewarm milk is a combination proven to be anti-inflammatory with antispasmodic properties reducing your cramps.
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