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How to Naturally Relieve Period Pain

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Menstrual PainEvery month the same story... Aunt Flo comes knocking on our door and she usually comes with menstrual cramps to physically remind us that she is here. Some women are lucky enough to have her visit without the actual pain, but most of us still experience some kind of discomfort.


Menstruation is natural, beautiful and powerful. Still, we must admit that the pain that comes with our period is pretty annoying and during our lives, we pretty much try everything there is to help ease that pain.

“Periods are tough, but so are you.”


What can we do to relieve the menstrual cramps and have a pain-free period:

 

 

1. Have a cup of tea

    Pour yourself a nice cup of tea. Warm water can alleviate abdominal pain and natural herbs can help you ease the pain. You’ll warm your body and lessen the pain. If you’re wrapped in a fluffy blanket, that’s definitely bonus points. 

     

     

    2. Try heating pads

      Snuggle up in your bed and put a heating pad on your belly. Your abdominal muscles will relax and the pain will lessen or disappear. If you can, try falling asleep and give your body some rest.

       

       

      3. Warm shower

        Take a few minutes to nourish your body with a warm shower. Warm water will help you ease the pain and you will feel fresher. 

         

         

        4. Meditation

          Try one of the meditation exercises from your Bellabeat Wellness Coach app to help relieve the tension from your body. There’s one designed specifically for this kind of pain.

           

          Massage

          5. Massage

            There’s nothing a good old fashioned massage won’t cure. Treat yourself to a nice massage with essential oils to let go of all that stress in your body caused by menstrual cramps.


            Is there anything else we forgot but helps you a lot when it comes to relieving menstrual pain? Share your wisdom and experiences with us and help other women reading this put an end to menstrual pain.

            2 comments

            • Emily: November 18, 2019

              An orgasm the day before makes day 1 cramps almost non-existent. Fun and effective.

            • Rose D.: November 08, 2019

              Another tip is to use a menstrual cup.
              If you’re planning on buying one I recommend checking out https://www.menstrualcup.eco

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