Home Remedies To Ease Menstrual Cramps.



Home Remedies To Ease Menstrual Cramps. Welcome to another JeaKen Video. Today we will be talking about Home Remedies
to Ease Menstrual Cramps. But before we get started take a minute to
subscribe to our channel, click the bell icon to be notified whenever we publish a new video. Menstruation is a common occurrence in every
woman’s life. Unwanted pain and cramps are part and parcel
of this occurrence. It is like meeting a guest you do not want
to see in your life. These cramps may not stay for long. But the little time it stays, surely leaves
an impact. If this pain continues for more than 48 hours
it is better to consult a doctor. Otherwise, you can use some of these measures
to save yourself from the recurring nightmare. Exercising is one of the easiest ways to ward
off this problem. Walking helps in reducing menstrual cramps
because it improves circulation of pelvic organs. While walking, do not strain yourself; walk
in a relaxed fashion by moving your arms and hips freely. A warm bath or a heating pad may just do the
trick. Keep the heating pad on the small of your
back. It relaxes the muscle spasms and also alleviates
cramping pain. If you are planning to move out in cold weather,
see to it, that you are wearing a warm jacket that covers your hips. The heat of the jacket relaxes your pelvic
muscles by keep it warm. Ginger root tea can relieve menstrual cramps. Simmer handful ginger root, cut in slices
for 15 minutes. Let it cool to drink later. Calcium helps to prevent menstrual cramps
as it maintains the normal muscle tone. During menses muscles that lack calcium tend
to become hyperactive causing cramps. Therefore increasing calcium helps in reducing
menstrual cramps. Try to consume 800 milligrams a day which
nearly equals three cups of milk. Magnesium increases body's calcium absorption
capacity, therefore reducing menstrual cramps. Foods that possess properties are beans, whole
grains such as buckwheat and whole wheat flour, salmon, shrimp, tofu, vegetables and nuts. Holistic and relaxation techniques like acupuncture
may help in clearing menstrual problems. Cramp bark (Viburnum opulus) is one of the
most ancient and useful herbs used to treat menstrual cramps. It helps in easing severe cramps that causes
nausea, vomiting and sweaty chills. Black cohosh is another ancient medicine used
for relieving menstrual cramps. It can be taken in several forms including
crude plant, dried root, or rhizome, or as a solid, dry powdered extract. The recommended amount is 20-40 mg twice per
day and to be continued for six months. Blue cohosh is completely different from black
cohosh. This too, has been used traditionally to ease
painful menstrual periods. Generally taken in tincture form one should
not drink more than 1-2 ml three times a day. Once you become pregnant, stop using this
herb, as it may cause heart problems in your child. False unicorn is mostly taken as a tincture,
2-5ml three times per day. You can consume dried root 1-2 grams thrice
daily. It is usually taken with other herbs that
help female reproductive organs. Have a tablespoon of Aloe Vera gel with two
pinches of black pepper thrice a day. This will help too. If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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