1 Drink lots of water. This helps to ease bloating associated with menstruation. You should strive to drink 6 to 8 glasses of water a day. You can also add mint or lemon wedges to make the water more appealing. Avoid alcohol as this might lead to dehydration.
2 Eat helthy food and avoid sugary, fatty or salty foods. Eat anti inflammatory foods like cherries, blueberries, tomatoes. You should also eat foods that are right in Omega 3 fatty acids like fish and darky leafy greens.
3 Sip on some chamomile tea. It helps to reduce menstrual cramps. It is also full of anti inflammatory substances that inhibit prostaglandis.
4 You can also take safe painkillers such as ibrupofen or naproxen to soothe cramps. It is however ideal to consult your doctor first.
5 Do aerobic exercises such as walking, riding a bike, running or any activity that gets your heart pumping.
6 Get plenty of rest. This can help with mood changes.
7 Get enough vitamins in your diet or take vitamin supplements. Magnesium and vitamin E supplements are useful.
8 Some hormonal birth control methods like the pill can help with menstrual pain. A doctor can prescribe tem for you.
9 Place a heating pad on your bellyor lower back or alternatively take a hot bath.
10 Have an orgasm. It helps release feel good hormones