All women are involved in a natural process called period from the age of puberty. Period or menstruation is accompanied by pain in most women. But the intensity of this pain is different in different people. You can go to the doctor to reduce the pain in the right ways.
- Using a hot water bag, hot towel and heat patches in the abdomen and lower abdomen, hot bath
- Taking vitamins and supplements
Vitamins B1, B6, E
Omega fatty acids
- warm drinks
Ginger and honey tea
Cinnamon and honey tea
- Sports and activities
Exercise helps reduce pain and improve mood by increasing blood circulation and releasing endorphins, even light walking and yoga.
- Avoid these as much as possible
Alcohol and cigarettes
Processed and fatty foods
Sugar and salt
When should we see a therapist?
Severe pain that prevents movement and daily life.
The pain and amount of bleeding increases over time.
If you had no problems before and you are experiencing severe pain and bleeding recently
Medicines such as over-the-counter pain relievers have no effect on pain