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5 Things To Do in Period [Manage Period Pain/Menstrual Cramps]

During menstruation, there is a change in hormone levels. As a result, estrogen and progesterone are elevated. This may result in the depletion of magnesium. Mg is known for its role in regulating serotonin, which is the feel-good hormone. How to relieve menstrual pain? 1. Breathe deeply and meditate to remain stress-free. 2. Drink turmeric water to reduce inflammation. 3. Eat magnesium-rich foods (helps relax muscles and prevents cramps) -spinach, pumpkin and sesame seeds, dark chocolate, and leafy greens. 4. Munch on a handful of almonds, peanuts, walnuts, and cashews for a quick magnesium punch. Mg is known to lift your mood and reduce the risk of water retention. 5. Take Omega 3 fatty acids to reduce period pain and menstrual cramps. Make flax flaxseeds, walnuts, a part of your life. What drinks stop period pain? Why are Periods painful? The main culprit in causing period pain or menstrual crams is the chemical known as prostaglandin, which is made in the uterus lining. They are re

Top Calcium Sources [Vegetarian]

Adequate intake of calcium is important to keep most nutritional deficiencies at bay. Research finds that adequate calcium intake might help in body weight regulation. Additionally, it may help manage moderate-to-severe premenstrual symptoms.  Calcium benefits bone health in more ways than one and reduces the risk of osteoporosis, bone problems. It is critical to dental health. Calcium plays a vital role in cell signaling in the body. That is, calcium is an essential part in the cellular role in the constriction and relaxation of blood vessels, muscle contraction, nerve impulse transmission, and insulin secretion . You can increase your calcium intake by including: Nuts and seeds, including all types of nuts - almonds, walnuts, pistachios, pine nuts, flax seeds, sesame seeds lead the pack. Spices - fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds,  Greens - spinach, kale Citrus fruits Tomatoes Beans - Green and soybean Legumes - chickpeas, black gram Cabbage Cucumber Caluflower, broccoli