Menstruation is a monthly shedding of a female’s uteral lining; it lasts about 3 to 5 days (average) and contains blood and tissue that exits her body through the cervix and vagina – the first day of menstruation is the first day of your period.
Menstruation (men-STRAY-shuhn) is a woman’s monthly bleeding. When you menstruate, your body sheds the lining of the uterus (womb). Menstrual blood flows from the uterus through the small opening in the cervix and passes out of the body through the vagina.
Most of women are getting pain in mensuration period. Menstrual cramps are sharp pains that occur in women’s lower;
Here are some point of reducing mensuration Cramps.
- Take supplements like vitamin B, E, C and Folates, which help in relieving the menstrual pain.
- Use certain aromatic essential oils and massage can also relieve menstrual cramp pain.
- Hot water bag on your lower abdomen and lower back, and taking a hot shower offers instant pain relief.
- Drinking teas like ginger tea, jasmine tea and chamomile is not only anti-inflammatory, but also keeps you well hydrated to tackle the blood loss.
- Getting more dietary magnesium seems to help ease the pain of cramps, says DeJarra Sims, ND, assistant professor of naturopathic medicine
- Drink lemon water every morning after you wake up. This will have an alkalizing effect on the body and keep the body hydrated and mineralized. Stay hydrated throughout the day,
- Eat fatty fish, fish or flax oil every day to get relief from hormonal imbalances.
- Avoid dairy products, meats and legumes as these cause bloating and worsen the cramps.
Avoid alcohol and smoking.
- Light exercise and soft yogic posture and stretching will provide relief from body pain associated with cramps.
- Eat Aloe Vera juice and papaya which is very helpful for the cramps.
- Apply natural progesterone cream or wild yam cream. Apply this cream on stomach, lower abdominal area, buttocks, things, breasts and upper arm area. Best time to apply this cream is a week before the start of your period.