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Friday, 12 August 2016

5 Home Remedies For Cramps

5 Home Remedies For Cramps

 Every month ladies observe menstrual flows, during each menstrual period, if there is no sperm to fertilize the egg, the uterus contracts to expel its lining hence the blood flow that comes.

  For some reasons,women have terrible cramps that makes anytime of the month almost unbearable, while it is important to eat right, stay off junk food and other wrong lifestyle habits.

Below are Home Remedies For Cramps

1. Exercising
Exercising plays a great role as a remedy for menstrual cramps, nothing over the top but regular exercise, do things that keep you moving, do not stay idle or lazy, when you are active your body automatically doubles up and cramps become virtually non-existent.

2. Take Warm  Baths
Taking a warm bath (or hot-only as hot as the body can bear) helps the blood flow out much more freely which reduces cramps almost immediately.

3.Use Heating Pads
These are useful during the time of the month as they help relax the muscles and usually when body is relaxed, the organs do as well thereby reducing cramps. We have different heating pads available at stores around.


4. Abdominal Massage
Getting abdominal massage helps greatly to ease menstrual cramps, they give an instant relief to cramps while ensuring the flow comes unhindered which is good.

5. Eat The Right Food:
Magnesium And Calcium: These two minerals reduce muscle soreness. Although it can take time for you to see a noticeable effect. Research also suggest that getting up to 1,200 milligrams of calcium a day can help lessen many menstrual symptoms. Raw milk is a great source of minerals.


Fatty Fish: Fish that contain Omega 3 fatty acids not only help a woman’s heart health it also contains an anti-inflammatory effect that can help with cramps as well as bloating. Be sure to include Cod Liver Oil; It has the benefits of Omega 3′s AND vitamin D which is essential for mineral absorption.

Plenty Of Good Fats: Aim for 30 – 50% of good fat in your diet, including butter, cream, coconut oil, and whole milk. (these are where to find quality fats)

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