Simple Home Remedy To Reduce Period Pain Within Hours!

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If you are a woman who is tired of experiencing unbearable menstrual cramps every month, when you get your periods, then worry not, because there is a simple home remedy that can help you!

Period pain usually occurs in the lower abdominal region of a woman's body and it can be quite excruciating, preventing her from getting through her daily activities with ease.

We already know that periods can be quite difficult time of the month and that unbearable pain can only make things worse for the women experiencing it every month!

Menstrual pain, also known as dysmenorrhoea, is caused by the contraction of the uterine muscles during menstruation.

The contractions of these muscles cut off the supply of oxygen to the nearby blood vessels at intervals, causing pain.

The intensity of period cramps can vary from person to person, but can be hard to experience every month.

Taking painkillers to reduce the pain can have a lot of side effects.

Here is a simple home remedy that can help you; have a look!


Recipe To Prepare The Home Remedy

Ingredients Required:

• Pumpkin Seeds - 1 tablespoon


Ingredients Required:

• Banana - ½ a fruit


Fact #1

This natural remedy to reduce period pain can work very effectively, when taken in the right quantity.

Along with this remedy, you can also try to avoid spicy foods and exercise moderately, as these habits can also help reduce menstrual cramps.


Fact #2

Pumpkin seeds are rich in phosphorus and zinc, both of which aim at reducing the inflammation in the uterine walls and reduce menstrual cramps.

Banana is rich in potassium content which can also ease away period cramps by reducing the uterine contractions.


Method Of Preparation:

Step 1 :

• Add the suggested amount of ingredients into a blender, with some milk.

• Grind well to obtain a mixture.


Step 2 :

• Now, collect the mixture in a cup, as it is ready for consumption.
• Consume in the morning, after breakfast, every month, during your periods.

Read more about: menstruation, banana, diy
Story first published: Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 14:28 [IST]
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