Things need to care during menstruation bleeding: The menstrual cycle is commonly known as period which refers to the monthly shedding of blood from the lining of the uterus. During the menstrual period, a woman will lose about 80ml of blood and experience hormones drops. A little pain at the onset of the menstrual cycle is normal, but generally, a woman should not experience any pain during menstruation. Many women are so used to feeling this kind of pain that they have come to accept menstrual cramps as an unavoidable occurrence of the menstrual cycle.
The following is a simple list of natural things can do in order to improve her situation during menstruation bleeding
- Reduce the amount of coffee consumed every day. Even decaffeinated java beverages should be avoided, especially before your period arrives.
- Do not consume alcohol daily and drink plenty of water restrict booze only to special events.
- Increase the quantity standard water. Avoid drinking tap water or water contained in water bottles as they contain high levels of the xenoestrogen, which mimics the action of estrogen and cause hormonal imbalance leading to irregular cycles, painful menses, infertility, etc.
- Eat lots of vegetables, whole grains, and fruits.
- Milk products, including yoghurt, cottage cheese should not be eaten straight from the fridge. This is a great time for soups and warm teas.
- Eating enough protein through, eggs, meat nuts, cheese, dairy foods and beans will help and eating good quality nutritious meals and snacks will help keep blood sugar stable.
- Avoid eating cold foods including anything with ice – ice cold drinks, ice cream, ice-cold popsicles, and frozen fruit smoothies.
- A hot water bottle can be used for a week before menses begins to help warm the uterus and prevent blood stagnation for those who experience menstrual cramps. The hot water bottle will offer soothing relief for cramps as well.
- Increase circulation of blood flow to the reproductive organs by doing yoga or aerobic.
- Take a daily multivitamin specific for women. Take additional magnesium, calcium and B vitamins, especially B3 and B6.