1. Reduction of Stress
Take positive steps to cut out unnecessary stress, too much of stress add to the factor of menstrual pain
Decrease fat and eat more vegetables for cramp cure. Eliminate trans-fatty acids that are generally found in commercially baked foods. Eat foods that are high in calcium and antioxidants such as beans, almonds, green leafy vegetables, Blueberries, tomatoes, cherries, and squash.
3. Drink lots of water.
If you’re well-hydrated, your liver performs better, keeping your hormones balanced by drinking a lot of water before and during your period. Keeping your self well-hydrated keeps you away from menstrual cramps
4. Stay away from coffee.
Caffeine, which is most usually found in fizzy drinks, coffee, and even most teas, is a diuretic and can make cramps a lot more dangerous.
5. Maintain a healthy body weight.
Fat cells produce estrogen, a hormone that, if imbalanced, also contributes to uterine cramps.
Pain killers are an obvious way to relieve menstrual pain. I like Advil it’s eventually the best, but some women find that aspirin, Tylenol, Midol or Ibuprofen works better for them. Go ahead and take them as soon as you observe the pain coming on. You don’t need to wait until the pain is so severe before you start taking your pills.
All right, I can see the eyes rolling out there. This idea may be far fetched, but it’s been proven that having sex while you are on your period helps to relieve menstrual pain. Having orgasms helps release some of the pressure and allows your uterus walls to relax! Try doing it in the shower for less mess. Keep some towels and wipes handy for cleanup. And obviously, this tip is for married ladies only as I would never want to encourage pre-marital sex-but there are other ways to achieve orgasm!