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When a woman is menstruating, she is most likely experiencing a number of symptoms in her body. Most of these symptoms can be really irritating and uncomfortable. Some discomforts include bloating, diarrhea or constipation, lower back pain and abdominal cramping.

It is important to remember why these things are happening during this period. It is said that the uterus contracts when one is having her period. This contraction helps to expel the lining of your uterus.

Prostaglandins, which are the hormones associated with inflammation and pain, are higher during this time because it helps trigger the contractions in your uterus. According to studies, four out of ten women experience abdominal cramps during their menstruation.

There are thousands of pain relievers and medications that can help women manage menstruation cramps, but it is always a good idea to try the natural and organic methods. Even for those experiencing severe menstruation cramping, you can try the methods below and practice it regularly.

Though the effects of these methods can take quite some time compared to medications, organic options are still considered as healthier options. Choosing home remedies also saves you from higher medication costs.

Warm Compress

Heat can help muscles and blood vessels relax. This is also true for a woman’s uterine muscles, which are contracted when you are on your menstruation period. This contraction is the cause of pain and cramping. There are different options in the market that you can choose from if you want to try this method.

There are over the counter heating patches, a heating pad, a warm compress bag, etc. You just have to take caution when applying heat on any part of your body. Avoid burns by regularly checking the temperature of the material.


Some women, especially those experiencing severe cramps, cannot perform simple daily activities and exercises. This may seem like a crazy idea, but exercising while you are on your menses helps lessen the pain. You can do brisk walking, jogging or any type of physical activity that you can tolerate.

When you are doing an aerobic exercise, your body produces and pumps more blood. This increase in blood then triggers the release of endorphins (also known as the happy hormone) which counteracts the effects of prostaglandins, the cause of pain. Scheduling an exercise for at least 30 minutes, three to four times a week, is not only good for your overall health, but also for that devilish monthly visitor.

Drink Tea

Experts say that taking in fragrant tea, like chamomile tea, helps relax the overall condition of the body. It was also found that tea contains hippurate, which is a natural anti-inflammatory. This anti-inflammatory ingredient helps decrease the production of prostaglandin, thus decreasing the pain and discomfort of abdominal cramps.

There is nothing wrong with starting off with the natural and organic remedies before proceeding to medical therapy. If none of these work at all, then you can switch to traditional medicine. If you are experiencing severe discomforts during your menstruation, it is also a good idea to seek medical advice before doing any medical intervention of your own.

Naturally Relieve PMS Symptoms

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It contains three powerful ingredients – Fennel, Pulsatilla and Melissa – to treat the most troublesome symptoms of PMS.

Use Femalite for a few days before your period and say goodbye to bloating, sore breasts, menstrual cramps and mean mood swings! Created by our team of experts in natural medicine, Femalite is pharmaceutically manufactured to the highest standards.

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Dee is an Adv. Certified Aromatherapist, Reiki Master, Adv. Color/Crystal Therapist, Herbalist, Dr. of Reflexology and single mom who is dedicated to helping others any way she can.

One way she chooses to help is by offering information on the benefits and uses of natural health and healing methods for the well-being of both people and pets.

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