When it comes to their periods, most women are aware of the things they should and should not do. During your red days, it's important to pay attention to the things you are doing to make sure you're in control. Doing so will help make your period more tolerable and less hair-pulling.
The days leading up to your period can be marred with uncomfortable symptoms such as constant mood swings, headache, extreme pain, etc. You may also experience pain brought by menstruation which are cramps, headache and bloating.
With that being said, here are some of the things you should avoid when you're on red alert to avoid any further complications and help alleviate the pain of having menstruation Check them out!
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1. Avoid drinking ice cold water as it may cause menstrual blood to remain in the uterine wall, and could eventually cause a cyst.
2. Do not drink carbonated softdrinks.
3. Refrain from consuming coconuts
4. Avoid washing your head because the pores are open, which may result in headaches. (It can lead to more serious headaches in the future)
5. Do not eat cucumbers (substance found in cucumber may cause liquids to stay in the uterus walls.)
6. Avoid being kicked in the abdomen, as it may lead to uterus damage and vomiting blood.
These will help make your period much easier and will allow you to survive menstruation without breaking a leg.
So the next time you're on red alert, remember to avoid these things and you'll be on the right track!