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Tips To Prevent Stomach Pains During Periods

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Stomach pains during periods is an uncomfortable feeling that often affects a woman’s daily activities. There have been many ways with how women cope during that time of the month, but if stomach pains could be mitigated, then it could surely save a lot of stress in a woman’s life. Treatment for stomach pains during periods could vary depending on a woman’s body. Intervention during this time could be natural or science could be applied. Sometimes the natural way and science could be combined if a woman’s body could take it, although, it is best for women to consult with their physicians before they can change their diet or if the pain is too severe already.

The following treatment could help alleviate menstrual cramps but consult your physician first before trying, especially when taking in medicines.

 

The Natural Way

  • Eating fruits and vegetables – these natural ingredients in your diet would be absorbed accordingly in your body because they don’t contain chemicals that may worsen your menstrual cramps.
  • Limit certain kinds of food – the right choice of food is a vital component in alleviating your menstrual cramps. Limiting intake of certain kinds of food and beverage must be observed. The food that you should limit is the ones that contain fat and sugar. Drinking alcohol and caffeine will also trigger cramps, so they should be avoided.
  • Exercising – Through this must be done moderately as too much exercising might strain your muscles. Light exercises should be observed, such as yoga.
  • Quit smoking – Due to the presence of nicotine in smoking, this might contribute to your menstrual cramps.
  • Avoid wearing tight pants – it is best for your body to feel relaxed than being restricted. Avoid wearing pants that will restrict your movement. I have discovered Aulora Pants with Kodenshi® that suited my body. The Kodenshi® fiber absorbs my body temperature while providing support during any movement I make. Aside from its remarkable style, it is very comfortable to wear even during my heavy periods.
  • Limit stress – Busy schedules in the office affect you significantly during periods because your body is placed under intense stress that will produce cortisol, the stress hormone. Stress could increase your blood pressure, and that will eventually cause pain in your body.

 

 

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With Science

  • Over-the-counter medication – these are available to alleviate your cramping. These could range from medicines that contain anti-prostaglandins that will reduce cramping in the uterus so that it will lighten the flow of the blood.
  • Painkillers – Other medications include painkillers such as naproxen. These are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
  • Birth control – Physicians should be the only ones to be consulted when it comes to drafting a birth control plan to reduce menstrual cramps. Birth controls could thin the lining of the uterus that will reduce period pains and the bleeding.

These are techniques that could eventually mitigate the pain while you’re in your period. You must consult with your physicians first before you resort to changing your diet or taking in medicines.

A woman must not shy away from consulting a doctor when it comes to her period pains. When the pain is too severe to take, we must immediately report it to the physician so that tests would be performed. This is to check if other complications might be contributing to the menstrual cramps and would be treated immediately.

Jene See
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