Yes, we are talking about the painful period pains, most of the times its bearable but sometimes or in some cases it triggers the prostalglandis pain or generally known as Menstrual Cramps, which is actually a nightmare for the girls. Higher levels of prostaglandins are associated with more severe menstrual cramps. In a study it is found that every three out of four women suffers from Menstural cramps and every one out of 10 suffers from severe menstrual cramps.
To help you out, and to comfort your period pains, here are five home remedies that will ease your menstural cramps.
1. Exercise Is Important.
You might think that how can you exercise at time when you barely move your body ?However, Any type of physical activity, will help to ease your belly pain. Our heart pumps more blood when you do aerobic exercise, it helps to release endorphins to counteract the prostaglandins and reduces cramps. So Exercise!
2. Apply heat
Don’t burn your Body but little Heat will helps to relax the contracting muscles in your uterus, the real cause of your pain. Take a regular plastic bottle and filled it with hot water now apply it to your abdomen, it will definitely ease your cramps.
3. Chamomile tea
Chamomile tea has anti-inflamatory substances which helps to decrease the prostaglandin production, So no menstrual cramps. You can buy it from your local medicinal store.
4. Get enough vitamin D
Prevention is always better than the cure, that’s why make sure your body has enough vitamin D as it is important in preventing menstrual cramps. Doctors say that high doses of vitamin D3 led to a significant decrease in menstrual cramps.
5. An orgasm will help as well.
Yup you read it right, Orgasms help to relieve all kinds of pain, including menstrual cramps. Before having an orgasm, the uterus is more relaxed, and when climax came, the blood flow increases, and it helps to release the cramps. Orgasm relieve the pain through the release of endomorphin and it instantly relaxes your body, Infact, it’s the best way to cure your period cramps.
By: Saket Sharma