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Natural remedies for period cramps

Cramps, bloating, mood swings, back pains, headache, fatigue, heavy bleeding. All of these are part of a »natural process», we call the entrance into womanhood. The bad news is there is no way of avoiding it.

 

Do you feel like you have exhausted all of the natural methods to relieve period cramps, but still haven’t found the right remedy? We have joined forces with our nutritionists and came up with natural and verified remedies to ease and even prevent period cramps, so you don’t have to suffer horrible pains and toss and turn helplessly looking throughout a mountain of useless solutions. Have a look and see which natural mineral can ease your pains. 

Naravni triki proti menstrualnim krčem

#1 Drink more fluids, especially herbal teas

Bloating can cause discomfort and even worsen period cramps. Water has an ability to reduce bloating during the period and ease period pains. Especially drinking warm water which increases blood flow and relaxes your muscle.

 

Herbal teas have anti-inflammatory properties and can reduce muscle spasms in the uterus. Drinking the DETOX daytime tea with chamomile, fennel and ginger is a simple way of getting relief. Besides that, herbal teas have several other benefits such as stress relief and helping you sleep.

#2 Eat anti-inflammatory foods

Fruits and vegetables are anti-inflammatory. Anti-inflammatory foods help our body accelerate the blood flow and relax the uterus. Make sure your diet is full of berries, tomatoes, pineapple and spices such as turmeric, ginger and garlic, leafy greens, almonds, walnuts and fatty fish such as salmon can also help reduce inflammation.

#3 Use heat

Heat can help you relax your muscle, accelerate the blood flow and ease the tension. Try sitting with a heating pad, take a shower or unwind in a hot bath.

#4 Exercise weekly

When you are in pain, working out is the last thing on your mind. Even light exercise releases endorphins which make you happy, ease the pain and relax your muscle. Fifteen minutes of yoga or walking it everything you need to feel better.

#5 Increase vitamin and mineral intake

Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium and reduces inflammation. Other additives, including omega-3, vitamin E and magnesium can help you reduce several inflammations and even decrease period pains. For best results, you should take the supplements every day not only during your period.

MAGNESIUM: “THE MIRACLE MINERAL FOR PERIOD”

Let’s start with the basics. One of the reasons why many of us have to include magnesium in our diet is that we don’t get enough of it with the food that we eat. Low concentration of minerals is very influential in our mood during the cycle. Experts say: “The lack of magnesium during periods can increase the cramping of the smooth muscle of the uterus and the level of the prostaglandins. The latter are inflammatory compounds that cause period pain.”

 

“Magnesium is also known as the miracle mineral for periods. A front-line prescription for PCOS, PMS, period pain, and perimenopause and it also helps regulate cortisol levels.” “Magnesium calms the nervous system, so it’s great for the headaches and mood symptoms of PMS,” they say.

 

 

How to get more magnesium through food?


While a daily supplement is a great way to increase your magnesium levels, there are also ways to simply tweak your diet for a less painful period. Leafy greens like kale, spinach, and arugula are bursting with the mineral, as are nuts like cashews, almonds, and walnuts. Try adding more pumpkin seeds and avocados to your lunch salad, while skipping out on the saltier toppings. “Decrease your overall salt intake, as this makes it easier for magnesium to prevent bloating and water retention,” advise experts.

Naravni triki proti menstrualnim krčem

Don’t you worry! We haven’t forgotten about your strong desire for something sweet during your period. We found a healthy and simple solution!


When it comes to satisfying your craving for something sweet, experts recommend eating magnesium-rich dark chocolate. Just make sure to stay away from bars with too much sugar, as out-of-control insulin levels can mess with your hormones and promote inflammation. Instead of chocolate and cookies, go for hot cocoa made from cacao powder or dried fruit for a light and healthy snack.

Did you know why your body craves sweets during your period?

That too is because of the lack of magnesium, so it is important to enrich your body with magnesium before it’s that time of the month again.

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